September 17, 2020 – January 31, 2021
Protest posters and signs with graphic images stir the soul with a single image. Graphic designs have the power to distill complex issues into one essential, recognizable image that communicates across groups and borders. Internationally recognized designer and artist Luba Lukova creates images that she hopes will catalyze action and change the world.
About the Exhibit
Through 34 posters, tackling a range of social justice topics, including income inequality, immigration, gender inequality, the environment, and more, Lukova’s work resonates on a global level. Along with these vivid, captivating works, visitors will encounter multimedia and interactive components, inviting them to become participants in creating their own experiential journeys. Whether pinpointing essential themes of humanity or succinctly visualizing social commentary, Lukova’s work is undeniably powerful and thought-provoking.
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