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Can Posters Stop Being the Black Sheep of the Art World?

A new museum in New York celebrates the ubiquitous poster—a medium used for everything from wartime propaganda to avant-garde ads.
On New Year’s Day 1895, the people of Paris were dazzled by the sudden appearance of a seven-foot-tall Sarah Bernhardt. The stage actor had been painted for a poster, in character, promoting her performance in the Greek drama Gismonda.

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2019-07-01T20:47:13+00:00