The Daily New: White Gold Exhibit Poster from Moss

On every day that doesn’t start with “S”, we feature an extraordinarily fabulous item which is either brand new to the website or is a Moss “classic” item we think you might like to be reminded of. This is today’s.

White Gold Exhibit Poster from Moss


design year:
2000

manufacturer:
moss, USA

materials:
poster paper, full color

notes:
The installations and exhibitions at Moss over the past 17 years have created, we hope, an extraordinary legacy, which continues. Prior to the rise of email (back in the days of tangible, mailed invitations) our poster announcements were coveted as object momentos of these events.

We have recently discovered a treasure trove of historical materials from our past exhibitions, including the most beautiful of these poster designs, as well as artist-made lucite and resin announcements. Numbers of each are limited, but, having reserved samples for our own library, we make limited quantities available now, for the first time. Posters are folded but are suitable for framing.

“White Gold,a fragile eccentricity”was our first major installation featuring the historic porcelain work of Nymphenburg. It is, in fact, the show that changed everything. Figural Nymphenburg porcelain, some designed in the 18th century, sudden appeared in what was known as the temple of Modernism. A tumult ensued. May, 2000

Designed by Brown + Ryan
Photographer by Davies & Starr

dimensions:
18″ x 24″

price:
$20.00

Buy it now on Mossonline.com.

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2 responses to “The Daily New: White Gold Exhibit Poster from Moss

  1. I want to send you an award for most helpful intenret writer.

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