Vintage Polish Posters | Jazz Jamboree | Rafal Olbinski

The Jazz Jamboree Festival, one of the largest and oldest jazz festivals in Europe, takes place in Warsaw Poland and organized by Jazz Jamboree Foundation. The first Jazz Jamboree was organised by Hot-Club Hybrydy. It was three days long in 1958 and was called “Jazz 58”. This poster was created by Rafał Olbinski, born in 1943, a Polish artist living in the United States. He is considered one of the major representatives of the Polish School of Posters. Olbinski’s work is very similar to the work of the famous Belgian surrealist Rene Magritte; Olbinski describes his approach to painting and illustrating as “poetic surrealism”. Olbinski’s works are included in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art (New York), the Carnegie Foundation (New York), the Smithsonian Institute and the Library of Congress (Washington, DC), the Poster Museum (Warsaw), and others throughout Europe and the United States.

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Mounted on linen


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96 x 67 cm

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