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The Exhibition : Anthon Beeke Posters : Body and Soul

Poster for KunstRAI, designed by Anthon Beeke

We look back at the Dutch graphic designer's iconic posters for KunstRAI, the Dutch art fair, to see just how creative a portrait can be.

Anthon Beeke, KunstRAI

Anthon Beeke, KunstRAI

Kunst Rai posters by Anthon Beeke. Beeke’s participation in Fluxus, a 1960s neo-Dadaist movement that explored conceptual and performance art, happenings, experimental poetry, and language art, inspired him to seek unconventional solutions to visual communications problems. His work often incorporated photographic depictions of the human figure, unrestrained typography, and erotic overtones.

Kunst Rai posters by Anthon Beeke. Beeke’s participation in Fluxus, a 1960s neo-Dadaist movement that explored conceptual and performance art, happenings, experimental poetry, and language art, inspired him to seek unconventional solutions to visual communications problems. His work often incorporated photographic depictions of the human figure, unrestrained typography, and erotic overtones.

KunstRai 2015, met Wim Pijbes. Anthon Beeke werd geïnspireerd door een  tentoonstelling in het Israëlmuseum in Jeruzalem van maskers die behoren tot de oudste maskers ooit gevonden. Deze ongeveer 9.000 jaar oude aardewerken maskers ( wsch. funeraire rituele beelden) zijn in de heuvels van Judea gevonden. Door 3D printen kon het beeld omgezet worden in een replica van het origineel. Van  karton werd een molensteenkraag gevouwen als referentie naar het Rijksmuseum.

Affiche KunstRAI 2015 (Wim Pijbes, director of the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam) by Anthon Beeke

Anthon Beeke (designer and photographer) poster for Hamlet, 2002.  Beeke defined design as a search for underlying truth.

Anthon Beeke (designer and photographer) poster for Hamlet, Beeke defined design as a search for underlying truth.

Anthon Beeke – Globe speelt George Bücher's Leonce en Lena – 1979 #totaldesign

Anthon Beeke, theater poster for Leonce en Lena, The image becomes a covert allusion to something not directly stated disconcerting in its ambiguity.

Wim Crouwel — Poster Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Printed in Japan by Bas van Vuurde, via Flickr

Wim Crouwel — Poster Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Printed in Japan by Bas van…

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