posters

Underground Images: Subway Posters from the School of Visual Arts


Forty posters are on view from the School of Visual Arts, all of which have been displayed in the New York City subway system during the four decades of the school’s existence. The exhibition features works by illustrators Milton Glaser, Marshall Arisman, Robert Weaver, Art Spiegelman, and Jerry Moriarty.
posters, illustration, graphic design, School of Visual Arts, New York City, subway, exhibitions

The Modern Dutch Poster: The First Fifty Years, 1890 - 1940


Seventy-five posters by 50 artists survey Dutch poster design from 1890 through 1940. Dutch posters were generally smaller than their French counterparts, designed to be hung inside a shop rather than displayed outdoors and read from a distance. Featured artists include Th. H.A.A. Molkenboer, Theodorus Nieuwenhuis, Willy Sluiter, and Piet van der Hem.
Dutch, Holland, Netherlands, posters, graphic design, exhibitions

Concerned Theatre Japan: The Graphic Art of Japanese Theatre: 1960-1980


Explore the modern Japanese theater movement as well as the development of Japan's postwar cultural identity through the design of theater posters. This exhibition is co-sponsored by Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and the AIGA.
Japan, theater, 20th century, theatrical design, costumes, graphic design, posters, traveling exhibitions

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