If you enjoyed the V&A’s Cold War exhibition last year, then MoMA’s Polish Posters 1945–89 should also be of interest to you.
During the Cold War, the state-controlled Polish Poster School produced striking designs that attracted international acclaim for their use of surreal imagery and bold design. The exhibition brings together a collection of posters that typify this style from the 1940s up to the 1980s. The exhibition runs until the end of November at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Further information can be found on the MoMa website.