On display from July 2, 2020 to December 15, 2020
In the course of the renovation of the premises of the Film Museum in the Albertina building in summer 2020, a small exhibition space was created that now makes it possible for us to present special topics in a new form. The new space was unveiled with an exhibition dedicated to the artist Gertie Fröhlich, who sadly passed away in May 2020. Fröhlich gave the Film Museum its distinctive trademark logo, the mythical creature Zyphius, and designed more than 100 posters for the Film Museum's retrospectives since its founding in 1964 until 1984. On this occasion, eight posters that illustrate the stylistic diversity of her work and provide an insight into the historical development of the motifs in this collection were selected and exhibited.