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Niklaus TROXLER

(1947)

Niklaus Troxler is a Swiss graphic designer who studied Arts and Design in Lucerne. He worked as an art director in Paris in 1972 and later he established his own design studio in Willisau, Switzerland.
His posters cover mostly the theme of concerts evoking geometric silhouettes, nuances of Dadaism, Surrealism and Op Art. His work has been renowned internationally and exhibited at numerous museums (MOMA New York, German Poster Museum Hamburg’s Museum for Art and History etc.)

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Jazz Festival, Willisau

1976

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Jazz Festival, Willisau, 1977

1977

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Sam Rivers Quartet à Willisau

1978

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Jazz Festival Willisau

1978

CHF 460.–

Jazz Festival de Willisau

1979

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Sam Rivers Quartet

1979

CHF 470.–

McCoy Tyner Sextet, Willisau 3 april 20h Mohren

1980

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Sun Ra Arkestra, Willisau

1980

CHF 590.–

Willisau Sax Time, Marion Brown solo, Frank Wright Quartet

1981

CHF 420.–

Genève, 54ème Salon de l'Auto 1984

1984

CHF 290.–

Ulj Schroeter, Flavio Steimann, Willisau

1984

CHF 360.–

54. Autosalon Genf, 1-11 März 1984

1984

CHF 290.–

54e Salon de l'Auto Genèe, Vitrine des nouveautés

1984

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Madtheater, Entweder Oder

1988

CHF 290.–

Jazz in Willisau, Maria Joao, Aki Takase

1988

CHF 270.–

Cecil Taylor Solo à Willisau

1989

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Cecil Taylor Solo à Willisau

1989

CHF 990.–

Jazz in Willisau, Gary Thomas, Seven Quadrant

1990

CHF 460.–

61 Auto-Salon Genf 1991

1991

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Jazz in Willisau, Randy Weston & African Rhythms Duo

1991

CHF 230.–

Toten Bäume

1992

CHF 320.–

Gewalt ! - Halt !

1993

CHF 350.–

Exposition Swatch, La Collection Blum

1994

CHF 490.–

Jazz in Willisau, Kronos Quartet

1995

CHF 1150.–

Frankenstein

1996

CHF 420.–

Typo Plakate, Willisau

1996

CHF 640.–

Jazzkonzert in Willisau, Willem Breuker Kollektief

1998

CHF 360.–