Nestled in the corner of the design areas on the third floor of the MoMA, The Polish Posters (1945 to 1989) exhibit is not an expansive one, but as a huge fan, I think it's definitely worth a visit. If I had my way (and tons of money), my living room would look just like this exhibit. See a collection of photos here.
In the Cold War era the vitality of the Polish Poster School attracted international attention and admiration. Although state controlled, the posters—which are characterized by sophisticated imagery and surreal tendencies—often carried powerful, oblique commentaries on the designers' political surroundings. This exhibition presents a selection of posters from MoMA's collection that typify the striking look and bold spirit of Polish poster design from the 1940s through the 1980s.