Czech Revolution Posters 1989

An exhibition of 19 selected posters dating from November and December 1989, documenting the fall of the communist regime, from Filip Blažek’s private collection. The exhibition could be viewed through 2009 at Czech Centres in Tokyo, Stockholm, Paris, Košice, Moscow and several other cities.

Tokyo, Japan
February 4—February 27, 2009 (photos)

Moscow, Russia
March, 2009

Stockholm, Sweden
August 20—September 17, 2009

Warsaw, Poland
October 1—19, 2009

Košice, Slovakia
October 20—November 10, 2009

Paris, France
November 17—December, 2009

Berlin, Germany
November 17—December, 2009

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General Strike?! — design unknown offset, 591 × 419 mm

Civic Forum — design Pavel Šťastný, offset, 637 × 469 mm

Happy New Year Civic Forum — design Daniel Pešta, offset, 414 × 593 mm

 Havel to the Castle — design and photo Luboš Kotek, offset, 224 × 297 mm

Havel — design Rostislav Vaněk, offset, 390 × 360 mm

Don’t let others vote instead of us — design Stanislav Holý, offset, 296 × 419 mm

Never more — design Jiří Slíva, offset, 300 × 419 mm

Democratic elections — design Václav Ševčík, offset, 568 × 799 mm

1990 a year of democratic elections — design unknown, offset, 572 × 868 mm

Czechoslovak November — design Petr Lukáš, photo Radovan Boček, offset, 597 × 478 mm

Havel — design unknown, offset

Havel — design unknown, offset

What does communist party want — design Karel Haloun, offset, 319 × 419 mm

design unknown, offset

The truth will be victorious — design unknown, offset

Peaceful Christmas with the Civic Forum — design unknown, offset, 600 × 432 mm

Civic Forum, the Space for All — design unknown, offset, 298 × 419 mm

Svobodné slovo Newspaper 23/11/1989 — design unknown, offset, 300 × 395 mm

For the Socialism Happier — design Jiří Votruba, offset, 419 × 591 mm

design unknown, offset, 452 × 645 mm

design unknown, offset, 623 × 453 mm

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