WEB POSTER EXHIBITION - A theater poster series from Anette Lenz
Anette Lenz was one of the winners of The 14th International Poster Biennial in Finland, 2003, and sent me the following posters from the series "Season 2000 - 2001 / Theatre de Rungis"

That's how these huge posters (100 x 150 cm) look in a Paris metro station













The poster for the whole season

Biography Anette Lenz

After studying visual communication in Munich (DE), Anette Lenz moves to Paris in 1990, where she begins to work with Alex Jordan in "Grapus", and later is a co-founder of the design collective "Nous Travaillons Ensemble".

In 1993, she turns independent as "atelier Anette Lenz" in Paris. One of her first clients is the City of Blanc - Mesnil for which she designs a poster campaign, which is later shown in Paris, Chaumont and in many other european cities as part of an exhibition "Approaches, 10 young design studios in France". Other large clients include the AFAA (the french foreign ministry), and the City of Chaumont for which Anette Lenz designs a corporate identity.

Between 1998 and 2001, she takes care of the visual communication of the Theatre de Rungis for which she receives the Gold Medal in Corporate Design in Brno (CZ) in 2002, and an Honorary Mention in Lahti (SF) in 2003.

She works for Radio France, Paris, since 2000, and together with Vincent Perrottet for the Theatre d'Angouleme since 2001. Among her clients are the City of Paris, The Ministry of Culture and Communication, Paris quartier d'ete, Suedtiroler Landesmuseen, Musee de la Poste (Paris), Ermitage (St. Petersburg), Hotel litteraire (Naples), Arte, TV5, Kanalart, editions 23.

She participated in many exhibitions and Biennials (for example at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Biblitheque Nationale (Paris), SFMOMA, Biennale de Mexico, Warsaw, Brno, Lahti, festivals de Chaumont, Echirolles, 100 beste Plakate Berlin ...)

Anette Lenz is a member of the AGI since 1999.

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