|Polish graphic designer Piotr Kunce to display works at Tehran museum||
TEHRAN – A collection of posters by prominent Polish graphic designer Piotr Kunce, head of the Poster Design Studio at the Graphic Faculty of the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, is scheduled to go on display in an exhibition, which will open at the Imam Ali (AS) Religious Arts Museum in Tehran on September 13.
Seventy posters centering on cultural and social issues will be showcased at the exhibit, which has jointly been organized by the museum and the Embassy of Poland, the managing director of the museum, Amir Abdolhossein, said in a press release on Sunday.
A workshop has also been arranged on the sidelines to provide an opportunity for the youth to become familiar with Kunce’s technique for creating his posters, he added.
Born on February 6th, 1947 in Krakow, Kunce is working as a full professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. He is also the organizer of a poster festival in his home city.
Besides poster designing, he is a specialist in visual identification design. In this field he has many significant achievements. He is also member and vice president of the Society of Graphic Designers in Poland.
So far, Kunce has held about 20 solo exhibits in world museums and galleries.
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