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'''Anette Lenz''' (born in 1964 in Esslingen, Germany) is a German graphic designer who lives and works in France.  
 
'''Anette Lenz''' (born in 1964 in Esslingen, Germany) is a German graphic designer who lives and works in France.  
  
She began her career as a member of the design collective Grapus, after which she co-founded the design studio ''Nous Travaillons Ensemble'' with fellow member Alex Jordan. Since 1993, she has worked independently, with a focus on poster and identity work for cultural institution including the City of Paris], the French Ministry of Culture, Radio France, the French Senate, the Museé des Arts Décoratifs, Le Monde, and the Théâtre d’Angoulême. <ref>Imboden, Melchior, et al. ''Designer Portraits''. Switzerland, Niggli, 2007, p.260</ref>
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She began her career as a member of the design collective Grapus, after which she co-founded the design studio ''Nous Travaillons Ensemble'' with fellow member Alex Jordan. Since 1993, she has worked independently, with a focus on poster and identity work for the cultural institution including the City of Paris, the French Ministry of Culture, Radio France, the French Senate, the Museé des Arts Décoratifs, Le Monde, and the Théâtre d’Angoulême. <ref>Imboden, Melchior, et al. ''Designer Portraits''. Switzerland, Niggli, 2007, p.260</ref>
  
 
Since 1999 she is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://na.eventscloud.com/ereg/popups/speakerdetails.php?eventid=91114&language=eng&speakerid=273258&&|title=Speaker details|website=na.eventscloud.com|access-date=2020-03-20}}</ref>, and became a Chevalier des Arts et de Lettres in 2015<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.pointypo.com/annette-lenz-pierre-di-sciullo-et-jean-francois-porchez-chevaliers-de-lordre-des-arts-et-des-lettres/|title=Anette Lenz, Pierre di Sciullo et Jean François Porchez: Chevaliers de l'ordre des Arts et des Lettres|date=2015-04-02|website=pointypo–|language=fr-FR|access-date=2020-03-20}}</ref>. She was featured in the exhibition [email protected] Pompidou in Paris<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.centrepompidou.fr/id/cR5dnnB/rMA5RB/fr|title=Anette Lenz {{!}} Centre Pompidou|website=www.centrepompidou.fr|language=fr|access-date=2020-03-20}}</ref><ref>[email protected]: Women Artists in the Collection of the Musée National D'art Moderne, Centre de Création Industrielle. France, Centre Georges-Pompidou, 2009.</ref> and has received numerous awards for her work.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.brumen.org/posts-archive/en/anette-lenz-2|title=Anette Lenz|website=Fundacija Brumen|language=en-US|access-date=2020-03-20}}</ref> Lenz is a professor of Visual Communication at HEAD in Geneva.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.hesge.ch/head/annuaire/anette-lenz|title=Anette Lenz {{!}} HEAD|last=Genève|first=© 2018 HEAD-|last2=design|first2=Haute école d'art et de|website=www.hesge.ch|language=fr|access-date=2020-03-20}}</ref><!-- Inline citations added to your article will automatically display here. See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:REFB for instructions on how to add citations. -->
 
Since 1999 she is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://na.eventscloud.com/ereg/popups/speakerdetails.php?eventid=91114&language=eng&speakerid=273258&&|title=Speaker details|website=na.eventscloud.com|access-date=2020-03-20}}</ref>, and became a Chevalier des Arts et de Lettres in 2015<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.pointypo.com/annette-lenz-pierre-di-sciullo-et-jean-francois-porchez-chevaliers-de-lordre-des-arts-et-des-lettres/|title=Anette Lenz, Pierre di Sciullo et Jean François Porchez: Chevaliers de l'ordre des Arts et des Lettres|date=2015-04-02|website=pointypo–|language=fr-FR|access-date=2020-03-20}}</ref>. She was featured in the exhibition [email protected] Pompidou in Paris<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.centrepompidou.fr/id/cR5dnnB/rMA5RB/fr|title=Anette Lenz {{!}} Centre Pompidou|website=www.centrepompidou.fr|language=fr|access-date=2020-03-20}}</ref><ref>[email protected]: Women Artists in the Collection of the Musée National D'art Moderne, Centre de Création Industrielle. France, Centre Georges-Pompidou, 2009.</ref> and has received numerous awards for her work.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.brumen.org/posts-archive/en/anette-lenz-2|title=Anette Lenz|website=Fundacija Brumen|language=en-US|access-date=2020-03-20}}</ref> Lenz is a professor of Visual Communication at HEAD in Geneva.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.hesge.ch/head/annuaire/anette-lenz|title=Anette Lenz {{!}} HEAD|last=Genève|first=© 2018 HEAD-|last2=design|first2=Haute école d'art et de|website=www.hesge.ch|language=fr|access-date=2020-03-20}}</ref><!-- Inline citations added to your article will automatically display here. See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:REFB for instructions on how to add citations. -->

Latest revision as of 05:12, 27 March 2020

Anette Lenz
Born1964 (age 55–56)
Esslingen, Germany
NationalityGerman
OccupationGraphic designer
Websitewww.anettelenz.com

Anette Lenz (born in 1964 in Esslingen, Germany) is a German graphic designer who lives and works in France.

She began her career as a member of the design collective Grapus, after which she co-founded the design studio Nous Travaillons Ensemble with fellow member Alex Jordan. Since 1993, she has worked independently, with a focus on poster and identity work for the cultural institution including the City of Paris, the French Ministry of Culture, Radio France, the French Senate, the Museé des Arts Décoratifs, Le Monde, and the Théâtre d’Angoulême. [1]

Since 1999 she is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale[2], and became a Chevalier des Arts et de Lettres in 2015[3]. She was featured in the exhibition [email protected] Pompidou in Paris[4][5] and has received numerous awards for her work.[6] Lenz is a professor of Visual Communication at HEAD in Geneva.[7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12]

External links

References

  1. Imboden, Melchior, et al. Designer Portraits. Switzerland, Niggli, 2007, p.260
  2. "Speaker details". na.eventscloud.com. Retrieved 2020-03-20.
  3. "Anette Lenz, Pierre di Sciullo et Jean François Porchez: Chevaliers de l'ordre des Arts et des Lettres". pointypo– (in français). 2015-04-02. Retrieved 2020-03-20.
  4. "Anette Lenz | Centre Pompidou". www.centrepompidou.fr (in français). Retrieved 2020-03-20.
  5. [email protected]: Women Artists in the Collection of the Musée National D'art Moderne, Centre de Création Industrielle. France, Centre Georges-Pompidou, 2009.
  6. "Anette Lenz". Fundacija Brumen. Retrieved 2020-03-20.
  7. Genève, © 2018 HEAD-; design, Haute école d'art et de. "Anette Lenz | HEAD". www.hesge.ch (in français). Retrieved 2020-03-20.
  8. Imboden, Melchior, et al. Designer Portraits. Switzerland, Niggli, 2007, p. 260
  9. First Choice: Leading International Designers Select the Very Best of Their Own Work. United States, Images Publishing Group, 2003, p. 122
  10. Hollis, Richard, and Barkhatova, Elena Valentinovna. Affiches constructivistes russes, 1920-1940. France, Pyramyd, 2010, p. 94
  11. Skolos, Nancy, and Wedell, Tom. Type, Image, Message: A Graphic Design Layout Workshop. United States, Rockport Publishers, 2006.
  12. Adams, Sean. The Designer's Dictionary of Type. United States, ABRAMS, 2019, p. 226