Questioning the Bomb Poster

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On display from September 2-October 23, 2015, the University of Maryland Art Gallery presents Questioning the Bomb: History and Non-Proliferation, an exhibition of over 80 posters by internationally recognized designers from around the globe. The exhibition marks the 70th anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and advocates for global relinquishment of such weapons of mass destruction from all national arsenals.

Curated by James Thorpe, Professor of Graphic Design in the Department of Art at the University of Maryland, the exhibition is organized in collaboration with Colorado State University and Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

Thanks a lot to Liz Resnick for the invitation to participate!


Comparto el cartel que diseñé para la exposición Questioning the Bomb: History and Non-Proliferation llevada a cabo en la galería de arte de la Universidad de Maryland. Del 2 de Septiembre al 23 de Octubre de 2015.

La colección de más de 80 carteles internacionales marca el 70 aniversario de los bombardeos de Hiroshima y Nagasaki y busca crear conciencia y cuestionamiento sobre la proliferación nuclear y sus devastadoras consecuencias a nivel mundial.

Curada por James Thorpe en conjunción con la Universidad Colorado State y el Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

¡Muchas gracias a Liz Resnick por la invitación a participar!

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More info: http://www.artgallery.umd.edu/exhibition/questioning-bomb-history-and-non-proliferation

Photos by: Audra Buck-Coleman, Thai Nguyen

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