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Reminder: Dutch Book Typography lecture at Columbia University

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  • Paul W. Romaine
    [I am posting this notice for someone not on the listserv. Please excuse cross posting. pwr] The New York Chapter of the American Printing History Association
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 24, 2007
      [I am posting this notice for someone not on the listserv. Please excuse cross posting. pwr]

      The New York Chapter of the American Printing History Association is
      pleased to co-sponsor:


      May 2, 2007 at 6 pm

      Boeken! Dutch Book Typography, 1907-2007
      A lecture by Mathieu Lommen
      Columbia University, 435 W 114th Street, Butler Library, Room 523. 6 p.m.


      In this illustrated survey of classical Dutch book and type design from Art
      Nouveau to the digital era, Mathieu Lommen traces the various trends during
      that time: from books inspired by William Morris and the Arts & Crafts
      aesthetic to the influence of programmatic modernism after World War II and
      beyond to the rediscovery of microtypographic refinements in recent years.
      Some of the designers whose work will be highlighted include Jan van
      Krimpen, Harry N. Sierman, Bram de Does and the type designers of The Hague
      Academy.

      Mathieu Lommen is curator at the Special Collections Library, University of
      Amsterdam. He is an editor of the scholarly journal Quaerendo and co-author
      of many books, including several in English: Dutch typefounders' specimens
      (1998), Bram de Does: Typographer & Type Designer (2003), and Sem Hartz and
      the making of Linotype Juliana (2006).

      Co-sponsored by the Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Columbia University;
      New York Chapter of the American Printing History Association; and the Type
      Directors Club. Free and open to the public.

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      Upcoming: May 22, 2007: a documentary film festival on regional
      printers...stay tuned for details to follow shortly.

      For more information about APHA New York events see the APHA website:
      http://printinghistory.org/htm/news/NewYork/index.htm
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