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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Art Spiegelman Headed to the AGO | culture | Torontoist

"The AGO will bring an exhibition of acclaimed cartoonist Art Spiegelman to its walls in December.

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BY DAVID HAINS

Art Spiegelman's CO-MIX: A Retrospective Art Gallery of Ontario (317 Dundas Street West) December 20, 2014-March 14, 201. Free with general admission

If you're at all familiar with comics, you've almost certainly heard of Art Spiegelman. The New York-based cartoonist was involved in the underground comix and alt-comics scenes of the' 70s and'80s, but is probably best known for his Pulitzer Prize-winning Holocaust memoir, Maus--which helped bring the medium more into the mainstream. Now Spiegelman is headed to the AGO with the exhibit Art Spiegelman's CO-MIX: A Retrospective, opening December 20. The exhibition was originally put on at Angouleme, the world's premier comics festival, and has since made stops in Vancouver and New York."

Art Spiegelman Headed to the AGO | culture | Torontoist

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