The poster refers to the same-named exhibition »German Design 1949–1989: Two Countries, One History«: More than thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Vitra Design Museum presents the first major overview of post-war design in the two parts of Germany during the Cold War era divide. It conveys the ideological differences between East and West, as well as the many parallels and?cross-pollinations that connected the evolution of design on both sides of the iron curtain. Two countries, one history – under this heading, the exhibition reveals a broad panorama of design in post-war Germany in which identity and ideology, design and global politics were closely intertwined.
Motif: Key Visual of the exhibition; Illustration: Daniel Streat, Visual Fields
Size (l/w): 841 x 594 mm