“European Iceberg: Creativity in Germany and Italy Today” exhibition

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"In 1984, Massimo Vignelli not only designed the poster for this exhibition, but also the exhibition itself. He also loaned the museum books, magazines, corporate graphics, and posters [27 items total] for display in the exhibition. The exhibition was held at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto, Canada. The poster can be hung vertically or horizontally and the colors suggest the flags of Italy and Germany. The exhibition was organized by AGO chief curator Roald Nasgaard and guest curator, Italian art historian and critic, Germano Celant. The exhibition featured 64 painters, sculptors, photographers, architects, designers, video documentation of fashion and theater and a feature-film program. It was the 'the first and most ambitious exhibition of its kind on this continent.'"—https://vignellicenter.tumblr.com/post/188370547262/vignelli-poster-display-europeaniceberg

European Iceberg: Creativity in Germany and Italy Today exhibition members preview invitation, 1985.

European Iceberg: Creativity in Germany and Italy Today exhibition members exhibition poster, 1985.

European Iceberg: Creativity in Germany and Italy Today exhibition members exhibition photos [35mm slides and b/w prints], 1985.

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