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      • Exhibition: The Avant-Garde Applied (1890–1950)
        • The Avant-Garde Applied (1890–1950)
        • The exhibition, displaying more than 700 works–among them original designs, maquettes, preparatory studies and photomontages, posters, books, magazines, postcards, brochures–will reveal the arresting and fascinating visual history of the impact of Avant-Garde ideals in the areas of graphic design and specially typography.

        • Madrid, Fundación Juan March (30/03/2012 - 01/07/2012)
      • Exhibition: Photomontage Between The Wars (1918–1939)
        • Photomontage Between The Wars (1918–1939)
        • The exhibition offers a concise yet representative overview of the birth of the photomontage process as an art form as it simultaneously developed in different milieus, specifically Germany and the Soviet Union in the 1920s, with special focus on the interwar period, when the technique first emerged and was adopted as an artistic medium. The exhibition is drawn primarily from the Merrill C. Berman Collection in the United States, and features over a hundred works on diverse subjects by artists and graphic designers from ten different countries. Along with photo collages and maquettes, the show also includes posters, postcards, magazines, and books.

        • Cuenca, Museo de Arte Abstracto Español (02/03/2012 - 27/05/2012)
        • Palma, Museu Fundación Juan March (13/06/2012 - 08/09/2012)
      • Exhibition: Art, Landscape and Architecture
        • Art, Landscape and Architecture
        • A documentary exhibition comprising photographs, drawings, paintings, sculptures and prints analysing the reaction of various artists to the architectural and urbanistic challenges in the Federal Republic of Germany after the end of World War II.

        • Madrid, Fundación Juan March (09/05/1986 - 04/07/1986)