Content and Form
Exhibitions of graphic design are not that frequent. The most popular formats are overviews based on open competitions, personal displays or retrospective curated exhibitions. Curatorial exhibitions, which aim to describe graphic design here and now, is still quite a rare format. That novelty is what makes latter so interesting and meaningful: opportunities offered by format, the expected curatorial self-articulation, the authoritarian mechanics of dichotomy and differentiation.
The exhibition Content and Form I. Contemporary Estonian graphic design 2001–2010, at the Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design, displays applied design by lecturers and their students of the Design Department at the Estonian Academy of Arts.
Estonian Art 12 1-2