The Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey presents the first individual exhibition of Lance Wyman (United States, 1937), one of the key figures of contemporary design in the last five decades.

In Mexico, Wyman´s visual work set the tone for the country´s history of graphic design. Among his most notable pieces are the graphic identity of the Mexico 1968 Olympic Games and the signs of the Washington, D.C. metro. Also, he created the logos and the signs for the Mexico City Metro, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey, the Papalote Museo del Niño, the Camino Real hotels and the Central de Abastos market, among many others.

CURATOR: Pilar García

MUSEOGRAPHY: Giacomo Castagnola in collaboration with Pilar García.

TECHNIQUES: Photography.

WORKS:  350 pieces.

TIME FRAME: From 12 June to 4 October 2015.

© MUSEO DE ARTE CONTEMPORÁNEO DE MONTERREY, 2016 | Zuazua y Jardón S/N, Centro. Monterrey, N.L. Mexico, 64000 | Ph. +52 (81) 8262.4500

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