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Dutch Graphic Design Makes Its Mark
April 8, 2009   
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The Wilanów Poster Museum April 3 opened an exhibition entitled Golden Age. Highlights of Dutch Graphic Design from 1890 to 1990. Featuring over 200 items, the exhibition is the first such comprehensive presentation of the diverse design trends that emerged in the Netherlands over the course of a century. The exhibition highlights all the major movements in 20th-century Dutch graphic design, including Art Nouveau, De Stijl, Expressionism, Dutch Constructivism, and Postwar Rationalism. The posters and prints on show at the Wilanów Poster Museum were produced by such renowned artists as Jan Toorop, Bart van der Leck, Piet Zwart, Paul Schuitema, Willem Sandberg, Jan Bons, Jan van Toorn, and Wim Crouwel.

The exhibition was staged for the first time in November 2007 at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Bucharest and has since toured Europe, visiting cities including Sofia, Budapest and Madrid.


Until May 24, Wilanów Poster Museum
10/16 S.K. Potockiego St.
Tel. 0-22 858-24-37, www.postermuseum.pl
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