As part of Hyperallergic’s Emily Hall Tremaine Journalism Fellowship for Curators, Angelina Lippert presents an exhibition to offer insight into her curatorial process.
Italy’s Commercial Posters Are Works of Fine Art
A new exhibition at Manhattan’s Center for Italian Modern Art looks at the cross-pollination between avant-garde art and commercial posters in post-WWII Italy.
Vivid Posters Chart a “People’s History” of the Struggle for Social Justice
Enjoy an excerpt of Celebrate People’s History, a timely book of political posters reprinted by the Feminist Press.
#FreeOurMamas: Art Sale Benefits Bail Funds for Black Mothers
Formerly incarcerated women and artists across the US are collaborating on prints and other works to help free jailed moms and caregivers by Mother’s Day.
Chris Ofili and Naoki Urasawa Among Artists to Create Posters for 2020 Olympics
Twenty posters to commemorate the upcoming Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics have premiered at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.
The First Poster Museum in the United States Will Open its Doors in New York City
Poster House will open on June 20 with a survey of the works of famed Art Nouveau poster designer Alphonse Mucha and a selection of works by the German design collective Cyan.
From Camera Clubs to Syphilis: The WPA’s Practical, Modernist Posters
From 1936 to 1943, around 2,000 posters were created as part of the Works Progress Administration (WPA).
Considering the Immigrant Experience through Political Posters
Since 1989, Center for the Study of Political Graphics in LA has amassed some 85,000 political posters, including many revolving around immigration issues in the United States and Europe.