As Ahmadinejad Returns to the U.S., 125 Artists Rally for Iran
The School of Visual Arts exhibition Where Is My Vote? Posters for the Green Movement in Iran, features 125 political posters by graphic artists created in support of the protests in Iran after its 2009 election.
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Over a year after protests erupted throughout Iran following its presidential election, the country is anything but quiet. This week, another wave of unrest spread throughout Tehran due to threats made to reformist leaders. The turmoil can be seen here in the U.S. as President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is scheduled to speak at the UN General Assembly on Thursday, already sparking protests in New York.
To show solidarity with the Green Movement, the School of Visual Arts tapped 125 graphic artists to create posters showing their support for democracy in Iran. The show, titled Where Is My Vote? Posters for the Green Movement in Iran travels next to to the Art Institute of Boston, where it opens November 4. Here are a selection of posters from the show.
Photo by Francis Di Tommaso/School of Visual Arts