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Right-To-Left

Contributed by Shiva Nallaperumal on Oct 14th, 2014. Artwork published in .
    Right-To-Left 1
    Source: http://right-to-left.net Right-To-Left. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Exhibition exploring the post-revolution visual culture scene in the Middle East. Exhibition curated and designed by Germany-based design studio eps51. The identity and website show the rarely used Gill Sans Bold Extra Condensed, certainly the most eccentric member of the family.

    Project statement:

    The project RIGHT-TO-LEFT focuses on what is currently happening in the Middle East in terms of visual culture and society. The exhibition features over 40 artists and graphic designers, and displays artworks, installations, and hundreds of posters, partly commissioned for the occasion of the Berlin show. The exhibited art and design works are both innovative and forward-looking, presenting cross-cultural references and styles ranging from experimental typography and type-design to street art and graffiti.

    Right-To-Left 2
    Source: http://right-to-left.net Right-To-Left. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Right-To-Left 3
    Source: http://right-to-left.net Right-To-Left. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Right-To-Left 4
    Source: http://right-to-left.net Right-To-Left. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Right-To-Left 5
    Source: http://right-to-left.net Right-To-Left. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Right-To-Left 6
    Source: http://right-to-left.net Right-To-Left. License: All Rights Reserved.

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