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  THE HUNTINGTON ARCHIVE

Picturing Power: Posters of the Cultural Revolution



Enter Online Exhibition Here

Picturing Power: Posters of The Cultural Revolution

October 6-22, 1999 | Hopkins Hall Gallery and Corridor
The Ohio State University | College of the Arts

Federated Sites

East Asian Studies Center
Indiana University

[Contains: the project, events schedule, online gallery, University of Westminster Archive, SoFa Gallery, related links, what's new, contact]

PICTURING POWER
(School of Fine Arts Gallery, Indiana University, USA)
[UPDATE: THE LINK FOR THIS PAGE IS NO LONGER VALID]


CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF DEMOCRACY
(U of Westminster, London)

*Please note: Not all of the images contained within our Online Exhibition sections are copyrighted property of The Huntington Archive. We may be unable to grant permission to use all requested images.

Picturing Power

is a travelling exhibit that originated at Indiana University and makes use of a unique collection of posters held at the Centre for the Study of Democracy University of Westminster, London.
(This exhibition represents approximately 10% of the total poster collection.)

The posters in this exhibition were selected by Harriet Evans, Senior Lecturer in Chinese Studies, University of Westminster, London, and Jeffrey Wasserstrom, Associate Professor of History, Indiana University.

OSU Exhibition and related programming organized by Prudence Y. Gill, Julia F. Andrews, and Xiao-mei Chen. Contextual graphics for the OSU exhibition by Leah L. Wang.

Credits for the Exhibition
& Indiana Installation:

This online exhibition was created by The Huntington Archive, College of the Arts, The Ohio State University.

For further information about this exhibition and the Chinese poster collection of the Center for the Study of Democracy, University of Westminster, see: China Posters Online and The University of Westminister's Chinese Poster Collection.