Visual identity and exhibition design
The exhibition portrayed Poland in a period between 1918 and 1939 through the prism of urban planning, architecture and design, analysing the search for universal codes of modern architecture – expediency, harmony and simplicity.
The main visual which we used throughout the exhibition materials was inspired by work of Polish avant-garde artists, active in 1920’s: Teresa Żarnowerówna – painter, sculptor, scenographer, and architect and Henryk Berlewi – graphic designer and art theorist.
We invited with Krzysztof Skoczylas to work on architecture of the show with us. The exhibition was curated by Małgorzata Jędrzejczyk.