The glory days of newspaper cartooning featured wild and anarchic Jewish artists who are long since forgotten. Here are some of their most indelible images, unforgettable once you see them.
An art-world pariah most of his life, Jonah Kinigstein has become an unlikely star at age 92. But even with a new exhibit and book, Kinigstein won’t tone down his message.
It was all about tale telling at the Society of Illustrators’ “From the Borscht Belt to Seinfeld: The Evolution of Jewish American Comedy.”
‘My early career was like stages of grieving,“ award-winning comic and graphic novelist Bob Fingerman said at the launch of his exhibit at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art.
The conceit behind “Blow Up,” the latest group show at The Society of Illustrators, is somewhat overblown, if you will. The show, billed as “an open window onto the visual melting pot of contemporary image making,” presents work by Tomer Hanuka, Yuko Shimizu and Sam Weber, three artists with different backgrounds who meet “at the crossroads of a distinct American esthetic.”