Design exhibition of Philippe Apeloig

20. November 2003 - 9. January 2004

After completing his education at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués and the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Philippe Apeloig began his graphic design career at Total Design in Amsterdam. After his return to Paris, he started to work as a graphic designer at Musée d'Orsay. In 1988, he worked in Los Angeles with designer April Greiman. Upon his second return to Paris in 1989, he started to work independently.
After ten years, he went back to the USA for three years to teach at the Cooper Union School of Art and to work as a preserver at Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography. In 1993, he spent a year in Rome on a scholarship at the Villa Medici (the Académie de France).


In 1996, he was awarded the Gold Award from the Tokyo Type Directors Club for the poster October makes the season dance and October opens the season in music, while in 1999 he received the Special Juror's Prize.
He has been a design consultant for the Musée du Louvre since 1997 and he became the art director in 2002. In the same year, he won the international competition for designing the logo for IUAV (Instituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia). His distinctive style was already evident at his first exhibition in 1991 in Paris (at the Impressions gallery). 

Currently, he works on designing posters, logotypes, visual identities, and book designs for corporate and cultural institutions. His distinctive style was already evident at his first exhibition in 1991 in Paris (at the Impressions gallery). Currently, he works on designing posters, logotypes, visual identities, and book designs for corporate and cultural institutions.

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