Accompanying the exhibition Zero, Pop and Minimal – The 1960s and 1970s at the Von der Heydt Museum, we were allowed to design the catalog. This features a clear and minimalist aesthetic that gives the artworks appropriate space and attention. Sul Mono by R-Typography with its simple and legible form fits ideally and unobtrusively into the theme around zero, pop and minimal.
There is a focus on the exhibition’s room shots, which gives the reader a good idea of how the artworks are presented. These are introduced to the respective sub-themes by floor plans of the entire exhibition. The reduced work details are set in the design grid in the room photographs.
Overall, the 280-page OTA-bound catalog is a compact and highly informative work, printed on Condat matte Périgord to best reproduce the colors and textures of the artworks. We designed a second cover variant for the publisher’s edition by Verlag Kettler.