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ITF: Internationale Tentoonstelling op Filmgebied, 1928

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Piet Zwart’s poster advertises an avant-garde film festival at The Hague in Holland, with offerings from nine countries. International film festivals were a new attraction in the late 1920s and signaled the emergence of film as a form of modern art. As a designer, Zwart was particularly influenced by the geometric arrangements and primary colors common to the modernist De Stijl movement as well as the avant-garde typographic experimentation of Russian Constructivism.

ITF: Internationale Tentoonstelling op Filmgebied
Artist Life
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Norwest Corporation; given to MIA, 1998.
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