23 December, 2013
Category: Visual Arts
Lance Parkin, biographer of Alan Moore, shows how his League series consciously rejects previous obligations to commercial mass appeal.
The comic form lends itself to political commentary and resistance, and has been taken up to great effect by protestors in Iran, writes Charlotta Salmi.
Art Spiegelman's Maus explores with sensitivity and depth not only the holocaust, but also its own memory and representation of it.
Laura Ludtke introduces the proliferating world of online comics and, in particular, Kate Beaton's satirical re-drawing of history.
Joe Sacco's journalistic project to give a voice to the unheard self-consciously navigates the politics, and problems, of representation.
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The new exhibition of the work of Paul Klee now at the Tate Modern is, as Scarlett Baron reveals, an elating experience.
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