This poster for the exhibition “Impressions/Expressions: Black American Graphics” bears the title at top, with credit information below. A brightly colored image draws the eye at the center of the poster, a lithograph by the artist Margo Humphrey. A border of purple, red, and orange surrounds an abstracted scene, with a bright blue sky. A large yellow tiger, sketchily drawn, bears its teeth at the bottom of the frame, while a pair of figures float above, in embrace. Surrounding these figures, chili peppers, bananas, moons, and stars seem to rain from above,

Poster for the exhibition ‘Impressions/Expressions: Black American Graphics’ on view at the Studio Museum in Harlem and the Howard University Gallery of Art, 1980.

Featured Image: Poster, Impressions/Expressions: Black American Graphics, 1980; Featuring "The Get-a-way," 1976, by Margo Humphrey (American, born 1942); Organized by The Studio Museum in Harlem (founded 1968), The Howard University Gallery of Art (founded 1928), and the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES, founded 1952); USA; Offset lithograph on paper; Gift of Various Donors; 1981-29-256.