Print design

Middelheim Museum

Middelheim Museum

Socle du Monde, 1961, Piero Manzoni

The exhibition mobilises works from the permanent collection, from artists like Isa Genzken and Franz West, bring together existing works by contemporary artists from Belgium and abroad, like Aaron Curry and Roman Signer, and invite contemporary artists to create temporary interventions at Hortiflora, like Guillaume Bijl and Vaast Colson.

‘Pom’ po pon po pon pon pom pon’ is (the sound of) a parade, a march, a procession, a man-hunt. It is a rhythmic ode to the unlimited freedom that the arts can assume simply by looking around and being inspired by the commonplace. 
Major names in recent art history and prized pieces from the collection stand side by side with new works by contemporary artists and with pieces from the museum’s collection that generally receive less attention.

Pom’ po pon po pon pon pom pon…, exhibition statement by Sara Weyns and Lieven Segers (Recto)
I Am For…, statement by Claes Oldenburg (Verso)
Specifications

Publisher: Middelheim Museum
Year: 2015
DImentions: 700 x 1000 mm
Number: 7.500 ex.
Print: Recto/verso black
Paper: ArcoPrint (fedrigoni) 100 gr
Font: Futura

 

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