Size: 19.5 x 27.5 inches
About The Poster: In the late 1960's, Columbia decided to focus on arts education in some of its larger cities. According to a website devoted to the historical of Columbian cultural activities, "the emergence of a new national and international art order" was the impetus behind the creation of a Biennal in Cali and Medellin in the late '60s, as well as a push for private and public funding art schools, and exhibitions, like the one featured in this spectacularly simple poster.
Poster is unlined, in good condition (see photos for close ups of ruffled edges, which will disappear when poster is framed or linen-backed). From a private collection.