Poster Plus: Grand Re-Opening Gallery Party and Poster Conservation Demonstration

Chicago vintage poster gallery, Poster Plus, new gallery re-opening features rare behind scenes tour inside conservation lab to see poster restoration projects in action.

Chicago, IL, September 20, 2011 --( Poster Plus, Chicago’s oldest existing original vintage poster gallery, has a new home in Chicago at 30 East Adams Street. For over 40 years, Poster Plus has specialized in preserving and selling authentic original vintage advertising posters. The new gallery space, located on the 11th floor features thousands of antique and collectible posters for sale as well as a vintage poster conservation lab for restoring and conserving posters.

To celebrate the big move, guests are invited to a grand re-opening event on Friday, September 23 from 5 pm – 8 pm at the new Poster Plus gallery.

Guests can see the new space, enjoy refreshments and view the collection of both Original Vintage and reproduction posters. Guests are encouraged to bring in their posters in need of repair, as discounts on linen-backing and poster conservation will be offered to those attending the event. For one evening only, visitors will have a rare opportunity get a glimpse inside the Conservation Lab to watch restorers bring old and damaged posters back to their original beauty.

About Poster Plus
Founded in 1969, this gallery is Chicago's oldest of its kind and remains the most comprehensive. Specializing in original Chicago railroad posters, World War posters, original fine art posters, as well as general travel, railroad, and airline posters; Poster Plus offers a large selection of original poster art in a wide variety of subjects. Locally owned and operated, Poster Plus actively contributes to Chicago's arts communities and establishments. Poster Plus is also a founding member of the International Vintage Poster Dealers Association (IVPDA).

Poster Plus has been performing poster conservation services for over 30 years. Our clients include galleries, collectors and museums. Examples of our conservators work may be found in the Library of Congress, The Art Institute of Chicago, the Tibbals Learning Center of the Ringling Museum, The Priztger Military Library, The Zurich Switzerland Design Museum, and The Polish Museum of America, among others.

Poster Plus
30 East Adams Street, Suite 1150
Chicago, IL 60603
Phone: (312) 461-9277
Fax: (312) 461-9084

Poster Plus
Joshua H. Gartler