September 24 2014- December 13 2014
Space Station Sixty-Five London, England
"Communities of Experience- Graphic Details Confessional Comics by Jewish Women"
A One Day Symposium; 12 November 2014 JW3, Jewish Community Centre for London
Exhibition tour schedule
San Fransisco Cartoon Art Museum 10.01.2010-01.30.2011
Toronto Koffler Centre of the Arts at the Gladstone Hotel 2.17.2011-4.17.2011
New York Yeshiva University Museum 9.25.2011-4.15.2012
Washington, D.C. JCC Ann Loeb Bronfman Gallery 6.07.2012-9.03.2012
Portland Oregon Jewish Museum 10.17.2012-2.17.2013
Miami Beach, Florida Jewish Museum of Florida 11.4.2013-2.17.2014
Graphic Details: Jewish Women’s Confessional Comics in Essays and Interviews edited by Sarah Lightman
Available Fall 2014.
About the Book
Comics, along with original essays and interviews with the artists provide insight into the creation of autobiographical comics that resonate beyond self, gender and ethnicity. Intimate, often awkward, details fill the lives of 18 Jewish women artists who bare all in their work. as featured in the internationally acclaimed exhibition “Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women.”

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