Anette Lenz

Recent articles about Anette Lenz

Anette Lenz: Poetic rhetoric in the public realm

Issue 101, Summer 2021


Over nearly three decades, Anette Lenz has made work that transcends trends and technology. Profile…

Letters from Bologna

Issue 64, Summer 2007


You could read the promotional material for this conference several times without…

Sticks in the mind

Issue 69, Autumn 2008


Does anyone care about posters, or are they just an ego-trip for the designers who still make…

Recent blog posts by Anette Lenz

Come to the Eye 101 launch

3 June 2021

Please join Anette Lenz, Mario Eskenazi, Jim Sutherland & Elizabeth Resnick next Tuesday 8 June to celebrate Eye’s latest issue
The next Type Tuesday is a virtual launch party, designed to celebrate the publication of the latest edition of Eye, writes editor John Walters.

Fill the white space

15 July 2020

‘À propos’, Anette Lenz’s first major exhibition in her homeland, is an immersive, virtuoso response to Richard Meier’s MAK building in Frankfurt. By Jan Middendorp
After a two-month Covid-related delay, one of the most remarkable exhibitions of a contemporary graphic designer’s work has now opened at Museum Angewandte Kunst (‘applied art’), aka MAK, in Frankfurt / Main, writes Jan Middendorp.

Noted #74

6 May 2016

Restoring the Royal Windsor, Anette Lenz’s calendar for Lézard Graphique and Rejane Dal Ballo’s UPO
Here are a few items that caught our attention in recent weeks.

Entente cordiale

10 March 2011

A pre-Chaumont RCA show juxtaposes cross-Channel poster art
Posters shout, jostle, and cajole. They blister every surface from bedroom wall to tube-train, from the streets of Manchester to Marseille, writes Natalie Ferris. The exhibition, ‘British Posters / Affiche Françaises’, held briefly at the Royal College of Art from earlier this month, provided a witty moment of reflection.