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15.04.2007
PROPAGANDA III

global call for submissions of political posters

ARTIST SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:
http://www.startsoma.com/propagandaIII.html

ONLINE GALLERY OF CURRENT SUBMISSIONS:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/startpropaganda/

On July 4, 2007, the PROPAGANDA III art show opens in San Francisco.  

There will be no curation and absolutely NO censorship of any sort. Expressed political viewpoints, be they left, right, or center, will be displayed side-by-side, both online AND in the real world.  We are currently accepting  poster submissions from around the world.

PROPAGANDA III will tour the globe through 2008, with dozens of one day art shows worldwide - the current schedule includes stops throughout north america, south america, australia, asia, europe, and the middle east.

NO art will be sold at any of the shows, although copies of the posters will be available for sale directly through the websites of participating artists.   This is NOT a commercial art show, but rather a celebration of free speech + untrammeled freedom of expression. 

The collection of political posters will tour the world through 2008, before being donated to the Center for the Study of Political Graphics in Los Angeles.  With over 50,000 posters, the CSPG archive is the largest collection of Post World War II graphics in the United States, and we are absolutely honored that the posters from PROPAGANDA III will have a permanent home following the world tour.
http://www.politicalgraphics.org/

FULL SHOW DETAILS:
http://www.startsoma.com/propagandaIII.html

Any questions?
info(at)startsoma.com

THANK YOU!

By: Lars Forsberg
Category: Art
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