The New Yorker Visits the Guggenheim

The New Yorker Visits the Guggenheim

by New Yorker Magazine
     
 
From mid-century masters Charles Addams and Saul Steinberg, through contemporary cartoonists Art Spiegelman and Roz Chast, New Yorker artists have depicted The Guggenheim with wit and insight. This book brings together five decades worth of cartoons and cover illustrations that feature the iconic museum, along with period photographs that reveal the artists'

Overview

From mid-century masters Charles Addams and Saul Steinberg, through contemporary cartoonists Art Spiegelman and Roz Chast, New Yorker artists have depicted The Guggenheim with wit and insight. This book brings together five decades worth of cartoons and cover illustrations that feature the iconic museum, along with period photographs that reveal the artists' inspirations. According to Robert Mankoff, "The cartoonists of The New Yorker brilliantly and hilariously illuminate both the reality of New York and the city of our imaginations."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780892073184
Publisher:
Guggenheim, Solomon R. Museum
Publication date:
04/15/2005
Pages:
48
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Art Spiegelman is an internationally acclaimed cartoonist whose graphic novels include the Pulitzer Prize-winning Holocaust tales Maus I and Maus II, which have been translated into 20 languages. Co-founder with wife Francoise Mouly of Raw magazine, he is also a cover artist, contributor, and consulting editor for The New Yorker.

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