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Jerusalem, Israel, 2015. Hebrew edition: 375 pp., illustrations: 422 col., 41 b&w, 24.5 × 17 cm; English edition: 2016, 315 pp., illustrations: 348 col., 32 b&w.
9789652784490 (Hebrew edition); 9789652784575 (English edition)
Israel Museum (22 October 2015–March 2016)
The work processes and principal contributions of three ground-breaking graphic designers—Moshe Spitzer, Franzisca Baruch, and Henri Friedlaender—each of whom studied and worked in pre-World War II Germany before immigrating to Israel, where they continued to be active for decades. The exhibition presented a selection of their key works, including the emblem of the City of Jerusalem, the Hadassah typeface, and books published by Tarshish. Introduction by Ada Wardi. Introductory essays on the development of the Hebrew letter in Germany and the early State of Israel. Three main catalog sections, each dedicated to one of the designers, with numerous essays and illustrations per section. No itemized listing.
Invitation to exhibition opening, single card, 18 × 13 cm, Hebrew and English.
Museum für Druckkunst Leipzig, Germany (18 June–24 September 2017)
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