SELECTIONS FROM THE TETLIE COLLECTION OF
WORLD WAR II PROPAGANDA POSTERS
Content Notice: This exhibition contains symbols of hate, antisemitic imagery, and racist tropes.
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We acknowledge the sensitive nature of the material currently on display in the Flaten Art Museum’s galleries and study spaces. Our intention is not to perpetuate the narratives contained within the propaganda, but to critically examine the dark motives and dire consequences of artful propaganda — and ensure the lessons of one of the worst atrocities in modern history are not forgotten. Recognizing the persuasiveness of this material in the past, and the circulation of related rhetoric to advance antisemitism, white nationalism, and racialized violence in the present, Flaten Art Museum denounces the appropriation of these messages and images for ill intent. We are committed to creating a safe and supportive environment for community members to bear witness to this traumatic material and process its historic and contemporary implications.
Due to the offensive nature of some materials in this show, photography is not permitted on site, and we prohibit reproduction or distribution of these images in any digital manner.
Further information is available on our values and commitments page for this exhibition.