100 years from Russian Revolution. A Century After is a commemorative art project dedicated to the 100-year anniversary of one of the bloodiest uprisings in Russian history and to the memories of its countless victims.
Curator: Serge Serov
The Digital Media Department at College of San Mateo and The Posterterritory present The New Winds exhibition which will take place at the College of San Mateo
The objective of the exhibition is to give the American audience a chance to experience a culture, a people, and letterforms that may be unknown or misunderstood. It’s is a great event for designers, educators, and anyone interested in cultural exchange.
Thanks for support that comes from Vije School /Iran/ and Majid Abbasi
Riverside Art Museum, CA Exhibition: January 7 – March 25, 2014 Guest Curator: Olga Severina
Forged in the molten crater of the vanishing Russian empire scorched by the revolution, the Russian avant-garde was driven by a burgeoning need for political endorsements and nourished by a previously unfamiliar and yet overwhelming sensation of living in a new, liberated society that encouraged ingenuity, enthused imaginations, and incited all forms of artistic expression. Together with the rise of social propaganda, it turned conventional artists like Alexander Rodchenko, El Lizzitsky, Vladimir Tatlin, Vasyl Yermylov, Vladimir Mayakovsky, and many others into forefathers of commercial advertising and forbearers of what we now recognize as modern graphic design, identity creation, and branding.
The exhibit will feature selected works from recent international poster projects, including the Rodchenko 120and Mayakovsky 120 poster campaigns curated by Sergey Serov (Russia) and the Design Sphere poster exhibit curated by Vladimir Lesnyak (Ukraine), which celebrates the greatest writers, scientists, and artists of the Russian avant-garde.
March, 2012 | San Jose, California | Curator: Olga Severina
Presenting selected posters from the collection of International Eco-Poster exhibitions The 4th Block.
Today we are all talking about the environment. To be eco-friendly nowadays is as trendy as it was chic to drive down the street in a hotrod only a few years ago. Things changed, as they always have, but why Now and why Nature? How did it all came to be? Why do we have to be green? Maybe there is no need to be environmentally conscious? Or maybe there is more to this then just a “latest fashion”? Our exposition is trying to find answers to these questions, by analyzing the works of leading graphic designers
of the day.