documenta Kunst und Politik

Markus Weisbeck

The “d” is documenta’s distinctive mark and the defining element of the communication media for the Deutsches Historisches Museum In Berlin exhibition documenta. Politics and Art. The geometrically constructed letter takes up the history of graphic images — from the first documenta in 1955 to documenta X in 1997.

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    Markus Weisbeck, Germany (2011)

    His projects include art direction for the MMK Frankfurt, Forsythe Company; corporate Identity for Zumtobel, Städelschule Architecture Class, Bundesfinanzministerium, ARTE, Deutsche Bank, documenta 12, Venice Biennale (German Pavilion), Manifesta 7...

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    The “d” is documenta’s distinctive mark and the defining element of the communication media for the Deutsches Historisches Museum In Berlin exhibition documenta. Politics and Art. The geometrically constructed letter takes up the history of graphic images — from the first documenta in 1955 to documenta X in 1997.

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    Markus Weisbeck, Germany (2011)

    His projects include art direction for the MMK Frankfurt, Forsythe Company; corporate Identity for Zumtobel, Städelschule Architecture Class, Bundesfinanzministerium, ARTE, Deutsche Bank, documenta 12, Venice Biennale (German Pavilion), Manifesta 7, German Design Award, Sternberg Press; and over 100 books for various Artists and Institutions. Weisbeck also lectures at numerous international conferences and Universities. He became an official member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale in 2013 and teaches as Professor for Grafik Design at the Bauhaus University in Weimar were he founded the Space for Visual Research.

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    Space for Visual Research

    (2015)

    • Markus Weisbeck,
    • Michael Schmidt,
    • Matthias Ott

    Spector Books

    Space for Visual Research 2

    (2017)

    • Markus Weisbeck,
    • Anna Sinofzik,
    • Adrian Palko

    Spector Books

    The Space for Visual Research was established at the Bauhaus University in Weimar in 2013 as a workshop and laboratory for experimental research into new graphic, abstract, and visual worlds. The Space’s mission is to support the exploratory urge for new aesthetics, in particular by empowering design students to create their own individual imagery.

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      2011 – present