Marinus. Painter from Reymerswale
First monographic exhibition dedicated to this Dutch artist who worked during the first half of the 16th century.
The exhibition’s graphics are based on the typographic style of the Dutch school. An exercise in historical recreation that, through the choice of a characteristic typeface, builds the graphic identity of the exhibition, as well as of all the informative supports in the room, such as blocks of explanatory text and posters.
The exhibition welcomes the visitor with an introductory wall that titles, introduces and also places the visitor in the geographical context of the Holland of the time, through the use of a map built with corporeal pieces, able to put a certain graphic accent at the beginning of the visit.
See images of the interior of the exhibition on the MNP website © Museo Nacional del Prado
Client: Museo Nacional del Prado
Work: Exhibit design