Atelier Anette Lenz
German-born Anette Lenz began her career in the Paris design group 'Grapus'. After she co-founded the design collective 'Nous Travaillons Ensemble’, she created her own design-studio in 1993. Anette Lenz's work has focused on the creation of identities and posters for cultural and public institutions, including the City of Paris, Hèrmes, the French-German public television network Arte, the newspaper Le Monde, Radio France, the French Senate, the National Museum of Decorative Arts, the National Théâtre of Angoulême, the National choreography center of le Havre, the Ministry of Foreign Affaires, the Ministry of Culture and the National Orchestra of Paris.
Fascinated by questions posed by communication in public spaces, Anette draws on German typographic traditions and the French visual touch.
The recipient of numerous distinctions, her work has received top honors internationally from Brno to Moscow to Ningbo, China, and is included in, amongst others, the permanent collections of the Moma, SF, The Stedelijk in Amsterdam, the Museum für Gestaltung in Zürich, the National Library of France, and the Pompidou Center. A professor at the HEAD, the Geneva University of Art and Design, she has been a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale since 1999. In 2015, she was made a Chevalier des Arts et Lettres by the French government.
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