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Ends – 10 April 2016
A World to Win: Posters of Protest and Revolution presents a century of posters agitating for political change.
From the ‘Votes for Women’ campaign of the early Twentieth Century to the recent Occupy movements, the poster has been used to mobilise, educate and organise. Bringing together around seventy posters from the V&A’s collection, A World to Win: Posters of Protest and Revolution looks at the defining features of protest graphics, showcasing the work of diverse artists, graphic designers and print collectives.
Exhibition organised by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Wolves Art Gallery website
Against Apartheid. Boycott South African Goods; Poster, ‘Against Apartheid. Boycott South African Goods’, lithograph printed and designed by Mountain and Molehill (design partnership of Ken Sprague and Ray Bernard), Great Britain, 1960-1970
Mountain and Molehill; Mountain and Molehill
Tenth Anniversary of the Triumph of the Cuban Revolution; Poster, ‘Tenth Anniversary of the Triumph of the Cuban Revolution’ by RenÃ© Mederos; Cuba, 1969
Rene Mederos (1933-1996)