Wolfgang Weingart

Wolfgang Weingart

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Site includes articles, bibliography and collection of designer's work. Go to the microsite

As Weingart's design innovations from the early 1970s (including step-rules, size and weight contrasts, letterspaced type, and line rules moving through the space to link elements together) were widely emulated during the late 1970s. Weingart moved on to create collage-like compositions by layering film positives of images and type. This innovative technique enabled Weingart to juxtapose and overlay complex visual information. During this period, Weingart delighted in contrasts. Type, images, moire and halftone patterns, torn collage elements, and linear patterns are densely layered and stacked into rich, tonal graphic expressions.


Last Year at Marienbad

Last Year at Marienbad

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Comprehensive collection of articles and critical analysis on Alain Resnais' 1961 film. Includes bibliography, gallery, articles and production information. Go to the microsite

L'Année dernière à Marienbad (released in the US as Last Year at Marienbad and in the UK as Last Year in Marienbad) is a 1961 French-Italian Left Bank film directed by Alain Resnais from a screenplay by Alain Robbe-Grillet.


Joseph Beuys

Joseph Beuys

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Collection of artist's exhibition posters. Includes biography, chronology, articles, bibliography and exhibition information. Go to the microsite

German sculptor, performance artist, printmaker and teacher. He opposed the concept of art as based on such autonomous genres as panel painting and sculpture. Instead he pursued in his performance art ('Aktionen') and sculpture an 'expanded concept of art', aimed at a total permeation of life by creative acts.


Wim Crouwel

Wim Crouwel

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Comprehensive collection of designer's work. Includes biography, chronology, articles, typography, bibliography and exhibition information. Go to the microsite

While Crouwel’s designs are pared down to their essentials, within them there is a surprising willingness to adopt a variety of approaches to the graphic space. His work registers the truth that the solution to a design problem is not an abstract concept, but something rooted in the concrete.