Biennale internationale de design graphique — Post Medium

Le Signe, centre national du graphisme is organising the 2nd edition of the Biennale internationale de design graphique from 23 May to 22 September 2019 in Chaumont. Following in the footsteps of the emblematic poster festival of Chaumont, the Biennial will celebrate graphic design over four months, an opportunity for all its participants to meet up, discuss practices and topical issues thanks to a variety of events all over the city.

Post Medium is the theme of this 2nd edition, a term that will be illustrated in…

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Post Medium

Exhibition in le Signe, from 17 April to 28 July

Featuring : The Rodina, Dia Studio, Roosje Klap et Pauline Le Pape, Moving Posters, Laura Knoops et Jonathan Castro.

"Post Medium" the eponymous exhibition of the theme of the 2019 edition of the Biennale reveals forms and messages that unfold beyond the media.
Chaumont-once nicknamed Poster Town has long been attached to print. By "Post Medium", le Signe invites all the medias to Chaumont!
The virtual and the invisible join…

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Free entrance
From Wednesday to Sunday : 2 — 6 pm

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Kindergartens, primary schools, colleges, after-schools...

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Biennale internationale de design graphique 2019

Post Medium

23 May to 22 september 2019

8 exhibitions

5 lectures

5 workshops

2 competitions

3 panels

1 graphic publishing fair

Graphics events and concerts for all !


The Rodina, Dia Studio, Roosje Klap, Pauline Le Pape, Josh Schaub, Erich Brechbühl,...

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Karl Nawrot, Phénomènes

Le Signe, from 23 May 2019 to 22 September 2019
Curator: Thierry Chancogne

Karl Nawrot (alias Walter Warton) is a French graphic designer who associates drawing, sculpture, typeface design and illustration so as to explore potential narratives between childlike strokes, violent shapes, architectural structures and surrealist deformed spaces.
Karl Nawrot was...

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