Cuba in pictures at publicis

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On a Metropolitan Museum of Art tour of Cuba in February, Publicis in the U.S. chairman and CEO Bob Bloom met Cuban art curator Vicky Romay, who led him to a collection of rare post-revolutionary posters—movie signs, political direct ives, public-service announcements and more—from the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s. He was awed and, with the help of Romay and the Ad Club of New York, brought several originals to Herald Square for an exhibition last week in Publicis’ penthouse gallery.

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