A dive into the archives

One of the most famous graphic designers in French-speaking Switzerland presents his work.

Werner Jeker, 2000

To kick off the season, immerse yourself in the rich archives of a French-speaking graphic designer who left his mark on his era, and share with him his questions: how do you (re)discover, construct and enhance a work through your own archives?
Co-founder of Ateliers du Nord in Lausanne and a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI), Werner Jeker has received numerous awards, including the Prize for Outstanding Use of Photography in Graphic Design awarded by ICP New York in 1988.

In collaboration with the Bibliothèque cantonale et universitaire de Lausanne

Werner Jeker website
On the blog: Les Jeudis midi de l'affiche: a new season!
A cultural lunch break? An original encounter with a graphic designer, historian, enthusiast or printer?

The Thursday lunchtime poster series invites you to share some of Geneva's treasures. Come and discover the finest posters held by the Library. The Library's collection comprises more than 130,000 posters.

News and behind-the-scenes
Monthly newsletter

About the venue

Promenade des Bastions 8, 1205 Genève