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A mishmash of voices and music blaring from video screens compete for attention inside a new art exhibition in Ohio that examines the images and sounds of presidential campaign television ads. Near New York City, another show explores how photos affect voters. Snapshots of John Kennedy greeting supporters are mixed with selfies of candidates with celebrities and "regular people". The show features more obscure ads as well.In 1992, Bill Clinton was "The Man from Hope".The exhibition shows examples of how a new form of communication can influence society, Lubell said, in this case choosing a president.The exhibition features many iconic images from the past half-century, including the Kennedys campaigning in New York City in 1960 and the Barack Obama "Hope" poster designed by artist Shepard Fairey for the 2008 campaign, along with posters and video materials.
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