„Design for Freedom - Freedom in Design”. Graphic Design in Poland 1981-2011
13—23.10.2011 CLASKA The 8th Gallery, Tokyo

First large-scale comprehensive exhibition of Polish graphic art, created over the last 30 years…
The aim of the exhibition was to show graphic design as a medium which reveals the transformation
of political and social awareness. Is there freedom in design? How do creative attitudes evolve
in the dramatically changing socio-political atmoshperes? How do designers identify their role
and build an artistic statement in the tumultuous transition from socialism to post-capitalism?

Curators: Agata Szydlowska, Rene Wawrzkiewicz
Production: Aleksandra Ubukata
Photo: Shogo Matsushiro
This is a joint project with the Adam Mickiewicz Institute and the Ministry of Culture
and National Heritage, as part of the Cultural Programme for the Polish Presidency in the EU.

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