GRAPHIC GREATNESS IN MIAMI BEACH
The Wolfsonian-FIU museum in Miami Beach is hosting the first-ever US solo retrospective of late Austrian artist Julius Klinger’s work.
Klinger, who perished during World War II at an extermination camp near Minsk, was a pioneering early 20th-century graphic artist. The retrospective includes over 100 posters, prints, drawings and book illustrations from his prolific career, along with decorative art by other Viennese designers. The show is complemented by a two-part contemporary installation, created by Vienna-based design studio Seite Zwei and inspired by Klinger, on the museum’s façade and in its lobby.
Until April 1, 2018, wolfsonian.org