Exhibition design

“Two Avant-gardes!?” — an exhibition held as a part of the contempvorary art festival “First factory of Avant-garde”.

The exhibition created by the AZ Museum rhymes avant-garde masterpieces from Ivanovo collection with distinguished creations from XX century second half artists. Images of two “Jacks” from paintings originated from two different generations on the basis of the visual communications supported by a typographic face with plastically rhyming glyphs. Two hand-written glyphs in the name of the exhibition referred to the works by avant-garde artists and represented the theme of the exhibition.
Sublimation printing method on Dewspo and Chiffon fabrics were used for the exhibit design, and digital printing and paper were for the invitations and other printing products.
Design — Ira Kosheleva Project curator — Peter Tolpin Architect — Ekaterina Yurchenko Manager — Elena Levitskaya
Museum AZ
Fonts in use
Beatrice Display by Sharp type
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