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Mexican Mosaic
April 16, 2008   
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The Poster Museum in Warsaw's Wilanów district is showing the Meksykańska mozaika (Mexican Mosaic) collection of posters from the International Poster Biennale in Mexico. The works feature a variety of styles and themes connected with Mexico.

The art of the poster played a special formative role in Mexican popular culture. The poster artist, more than creating language, also became engaged in a discourse commenting on reality. The poster accompanied various social, cultural and national events, providing them with a synthetic and modern visual form.

The collection reflects a diversity of artistic and cultural influences. They include pre-Columbian art traditions, iconographic art that developed under the influence of Spanish colonialism in the mid-16th century, and Baroque elements. The posters also refer to Mexicans' love of vivid color, reflected in the country's traditional handicrafts.


Mexican Mosaic, Wilanów Poster Museum, Nowa Gallery, 10/16 Stanisława Kostki Potockiego St.
until May 10
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