Art Spiegelman

The Marvel Entertainment CEO is Trump pal Isaac Perlmutter, noted the artist, who learned again that "everything is political."
These free, downloadable artworks feature wisdom by Audre Lorde, James Baldwin, Junot Diaz and Suheir Hammad.
We're poised at an incredible moment in the world of art and commerce, because artists who have a robust fanbase actually do have a choice not to pimp themselves out for cars or shampoo. We're just taking baby steps so far into this new paradigm.
Art Spiegelman and his friend, the jazz composer Phillip Johnston, have collaborated on a project called “Wordless!” It’s
Françoise Mouly knew intuitively how important comics were to the growth and development of her own children's literacy and love of reading, and she wanted to create that experience for a bigger audience.
See the rest of Alison Bechdel's conversation with HuffPost Live here. "Comics were once sort of [for] superhero action stories
If you're into comic books or art, Art Spiegelman is a name you should know. He's got a retrospective art show right now that's endlessly fascinating. For the occasion of the show, I was able to discuss many aspects of his work with him.
Spiegelman's quip may inform another recent event. Based on the memoir by Yehuda Nir, a fully orchestrated concert of the
Alan Kaufman, the Bronx-born son of a French-Jewish Holocaust survivor, is author of the critically acclaimed memoirs Jew Boy and Drunken Angel. Kaufman's writings are subversive articulations of extreme outsiderness.
In Shadow of No Towers, my latest symphony, asks why, in our bickering, so much of the world's paranoid discourse has to do with domination, misunderstanding and the gross exaggeration of our differences at the expense of our shared humanity.
The first movement, "The New Normal," depicts a family watching television on the days surrounding September 11. "There are
My son's connection to World War II in 2010 was very different from mine in 1975 or my parents' in the 1950s. Jesse's Anne Frank is not my Anne Frank, and my Anne Frank is not my parents'.
Even in the age of terrorism, the terror of the last century's Holocaust has not lost its hold on the artistic imagination. As the victims of the Shoah are remembered at the United Nations and in synagogues worldwide, films continue to shed light on that darkest hour of the twentieth century.
NATO?! Whatever. The big news of the weekend was the three-day conference at the University of Chicago's new Logan Arts Center, "Comics: Philosophy and Practice," where some of the greatest comics artists and graphic novelists took the stage.
Superheros are often maligned as being only for children and geeks; "Leaping Tall Buildings: The Origins of American Comics
The New Yorker is as famous for its smart, cheeky illustrations as it is for its social commentary. The magazine has published
Art Spiegelman, the man behind the graphic novel Maus, was a member of the team that made the cards. So he was a natural to write the introduction for a new book, called simply Garbage Pail Kids.
In any retelling of an event as unspeakable as the Holocaust, much will be lost in translation. With Art Spiegelman's 'Maus