Ambiant Sans is used together with an unidentified Japanese typeface for both the exhibition posters and collateral as well as for the display type in the catalog. From book seller Do You Read Me?!:
This catalogue accompanies an exhibition by the same name held in 2021 in three venues across Japan. Joseph Beuys and Blinky Palermo were from different generations, but both experienced WWII and the postwar reconstruction, as teacher and pupil. The works of these two superficially contrasting German artists were alike in that both Beuys and Palermo endeavoured to restore art to the status of a raw, live endeavour. Composed primarily of works from the 1960s and ‘70s and detailed texts, the book explores the features of each of these two artists, while simultaneously searching for the latent power of their praxis in their involvement as they overlapped with each other.
Publisher My Book Service Inc. mentions that the catalog was designed by Kariya Yuzo and Kakuta Nao of Neucitora. The catalog additionally uses other typefaces for Latin and Japanese text [see comments].