Roland Aeschlimann, Switzerland

AGI member since 1986

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Started his career in 1959. Designs and exhibition conceptions for Geigy Basel and other fi rms. Collaborated with Josef Müller-Brockmann’s team. Was an art director in Osaka, Japan. Various activities in the Japanese theatre: Noh, Kabuki, Bunraku. Collaboration with interior architect for West deutschen Spielbank Duisburg, as well as for Patek-Philippe Watches, Geneva. Collaborates in the conception and realization of the Red Cross Museum in Geneva. Since 1972: works in the opera and theatre fields, designing sets and costumes for operas. : Geneva, Zürich, Leipzig, Wiesbaden, Dortmund and the Trisha Brown Company NY. Since 1976: other design work for the Geneva Opera including design of programmes and posters, organization of art exhibitions, art book design. Since 1980: posters for Le Cabinet des Estampes, Geneva, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Berne, the Berlin, Bonn and Stuttgart operas, the University of Cologne and Whitney Museum, NY.

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    Roland Aeschlimann, Switzerland (1986)

    Started his career in 1959. Designs and exhibition conceptions for Geigy Basel and other fi rms. Collaborated with Josef Müller-Brockmann’s team. Was an art director in Osaka, Japan. Various ac...

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    Roland Aeschlimann, Switzerland (1986)

      Started his career in 1959. Designs and exhibition conceptions for Geigy Basel and other fi rms. Collaborated with Josef Müller-Brockmann’s team. Was an art director in Osaka, Japan. Various activities in the Japanese theatre: Noh, Kabuki, Bunraku. Collaboration with interior architect for West deutschen Spielbank Duisburg, as well as for Patek-Philippe Watches, Geneva. Collaborates in the conception and realization of the Red Cross Museum in Geneva. Since 1972: works in the opera and theatre fields, designing sets and costumes for operas. : Geneva, Zürich, Leipzig, Wiesbaden, Dortmund and the Trisha Brown Company NY. Since 1976: other design work for the Geneva Opera including design of programmes and posters, organization of art exhibitions, art book design. Since 1980: posters for Le Cabinet des Estampes, Geneva, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Berne, the Berlin, Bonn and Stuttgart operas, the University of Cologne and Whitney Museum, NY.