Oakland cartoonist Daniel Clowes, a successful, award-winning screenwriter and graphic novelist, is celebrated in a career retrospective with 100 original artworks, a few New Yorker Magazine covers, and pages from some of his 50 published “alternative” comics and books, dating from 1989- 2011.
|Date||Through Aug. 12|
|Event Description||Based in Oakland, Daniel Clowes is internationally acclaimed for award-winning comics, graphic novels, and screenplays. With nearly 50 publications in multiple reprints and editions in ten languages, Clowes is credited as the cartoonist most responsible for developing the graphic novel into a credible literary form. Modern Cartoonist: The Art of Daniel Clowes reveals original drawings and artifacts in an inspired installation environment. The exhibition, which is the first major survey of the work of Daniel Clowes, is accompanied by an extensive full-color monograph.|
|Price||$12; $9 seniors & students; $6 youth ages 9-17; Free for members and children 8 and under. Free first Sunday of each month|
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