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The Martha Cloud Chapman Gallery features the collection of
posters that demonstrates the intense ideological conflict of the Cold War.
The posters from the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe present communist’s
critiques of capitalism with imagery so vivid they do not require
translation. The posters also provide clear contrasting views of who was
the aggressor in the conflict, the Soviet Union or United States/NATO.
The time period of the posters, from the 1940s to 1980s, highlights how
although the intensity of the ideological conflict varied throughout the war,
it was always present to some degree.
The Sandor Teszler
Library Gallery features selected works of Asian
art from the permanent collection through December 15th, 2016. “Recently Acquired Asian Art” includes Chinese ink
rubbings, Japanese prints, and ceramic pieces, among various
other items. This exhibit is free and open to the public.