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Opening of Mirko Ilic. Skyline and Tolerance show in Madrid

On September 27th at 7pm was the opening of "Mirko Ilic. Skyline", a show of my work, as part of Madrid Gráfica 17 organized by DIMAD. At the same venue, the "Tolerance" poster show will also be opening. The show will be held until October 22nd at Centro Cultural Daoíz Y Velarde.

List of designers that are part of the show: Milton Glaser (USA), David Tartakover (Israel), Yuko Shimizu (Japan), Paula Scher (USA), Manuel Estrada (Spain), New Collectivism (Slovenia), Istvan Orosz (Hungary), Peter Bankov (Russia), Jianping He (China), Fons Hickmann (Germany), Michel Bouvet (France), Hamzah Abdelal (Jordan), Alejandro Magallanes (Mexico), Sue Coe (UK), Felipe Taborda (Brazil), Tarek Atrissi (Lebanon), Anette Lenz (France), Chaz Maviyanne-Davies (Zimbabwe), Saki Mafundikwa (Zimbabwe), Xiao Yong (China), Srdja Dragovic (Montenegro), Reza Abedini (Iran), Sarp Sozdinler (Turkey), Slavimir Stojanovic (Serbia), Niklaus Troxler (Switzerland), Katarzyna Zapart (Poland), Hoon-Dong Chung (Korea), Marian Bantjes (Canada), Aleksandar Macasev (Yugoslavia), Seymour Chwast (USA), Rodrigo Sanchez (Spain), Steff Geissbuhler (USA), Un Mundo Feliz (Spain), Drew Hodges (USA), Dan Reisinger (Israel), Anur Hadziomerspahic (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Pekka Loiri (Finland), Ovidiu Hrin (Romania), Uwe Loesch (Germany), Alex Jordan (France), Garth Walker (South Africa) and Tom Geismar (USA).

Both shows were designed by Sonia Díaz and Gabriel Martínez from the collective Un Mundo Feliz. Here are a few images of the shows.


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