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Delighted to hear that the splendid Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow (an institution for generations in the city) is hosting a major exhibition of comics artwork by Frank Quitely this spring. From the...

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Beyond 2000 AD exhibition at Orbital

February 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

Beyond 2000 AD: The Wider Cultural Impact Of The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic at Orbital Comics Orbital Comics in London is hosting a different and eclectic exhibition to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of 2000AD by bringing...

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I recently encountered the vibrant John Higgins, and he made mention of a forthcoming exhibition at the Victoria Gallery Museum in Liverpool and a forthcoming book, both of which were exciting fans at the 2000AD...

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The Cartoon Museum have secured their position as the premier venue in London and indeed Britain for comic art exhibitions. No one is currently coming near in reflecting this hugely popular form of art, or...

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The Shoah Memorial in Paris is host to an important exhibition throughout the year, highlighting the representation of the persecution of the Jews using comics. Starting from Horst Rosenthal’s quite remarkable Mickey Au Camp De Gurs,...

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Matt from the Flood Gallery in Greenwich tells us that this Thursday (24th) from 7pm they are hosting an exhibition, Phantasmacosm, featuring new artwork from Becky Cloonan and Arik Roper. I must admit to not...

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Comics: Dave Gibbons at the Lightbox this week

October 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

Bethany from the Lightbox Gallery in Woking alerts us to a forthcoming talk by current Comics Laureate, top artist and all-round good egg, Dave Gibbons, taking place on Wednesday 26th October at 7pm, to coincide...

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It’s going to be a hefty fall in Paris, comics-wise. From October 25th onwards, the Paris Musée des Arts et Métiers (Museum of Art and Industry) will host a special exhibition, Machines A Dessiner, about the comics work...

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On September 28th, the Grand Palais museum in Paris will open for a life-spanning exhibition about the life and work of Hergé, creator of Tintin and founder of one of the most important artistic styles...

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Keith Burns GavA exhibition at the Royal Air Force Club, Piccadilly, London Keith Burns is currently on art duties on Johnny Red from Titan Books, ably written by Garth Ennis (see here for a review...

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