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Josef Müller-Brockmann

(1914 -  1996 ) Wikipedia® : Josef Müller-Brockmann
MÜLLER-BROCKMANN Josef Stadttheater Zürich / The New York City Ballet. 1962.
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Josef Müller-Brockmann - Stadttheater Zürich / The New York City Ballet. 1962.

Josef Müller-Brockmann - Stadttheater Zürich / The New York City Ballet. 1962.

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Lot number: 193
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JOSEF MÜLLER-BROCKMANN (1914-1996)
STADTTHEATER ZÜRICH / THE NEW YORK CITY BALLET. 1962.
50x36 inches 127x91 1/2 cm. Müller-Brockmann, Zurich.
Condition B+: minor scratches, abrasions and losses in text at top.
From the 1950s onwards, Müller-Brockmann was the undisputed leader of the Zurich post-war graphic school. Originally trained as a photographer, he went on to work as a designer, typographer, teacher, theoretician and author. His abstract series for
Musica Viva
and his dramatic photomontages for the
Swiss Automobile Club
are lauded as icons of the rigorous Swiss approach to graphic design. Here, for a performance by the New York City Ballet in Switzerland, he exemplifies his objective approach to photography. The ballerina, in the midst of a graceful leap, is well positioned against the black background, and the typography is rigorous. It is a silk-screened image on black paper. Muller-Brockman 168, Theatreplakate 374.
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