These posters are in the permanent collections of museums across the world including the Bibliothèque Nationale, Mucem (Museum of Civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean), The V & A, Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, Hood Museum, Yale University Beinecke Library and the Library of Congress among others. Examples have been included in the following major exhibitions: ‘You Say you Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970’ at the V & A (Sept 2016-February 2017), ‘How Posters Work’ at the Cooper Hewitt (April 2015 - January 2017) and on the occasion of the 40th Anniversary ‘May 68 Street Posters from the Paris Rebellion’ at the Hayward Gallery (2008). A major exhibition is currently on view at the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Paris entitled ‘Images en lutte La culture visuelle de l’extrême gauche en France (1968-1974)’ and runs until the 20th of May 2018.
Other highlights of this years show include: a number of works by David Hockney ranging from the early 1960s prints such as 'Mirror Mirror on the Wall' and 'Jungle Boy' to works from his Grimm's Fairytales and Blue Guitar Series; A rare early linocut by Ben Nicholson, a handful of impressions exist, but this version is unique in the artist's heavily textured printing of it; a number of works by Nevinson spanning his whole career, from his highly emotive work as a war artist, to his time spent in London, Paris and the south coast of England after the war and our usual homage to British landscape and Pastoral printmaking from 1800-to the present day.