February 6th - March 14th, 2004
Decker Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art.
"Every 20 years or so, underground comics go through a cultural revolution. Today, the underground has gone “overground” with the proliferation of new creators working in a wide array of media and appearing everywhere from The New Yorker and The Wall Street Journal to limited-edition, self-published comics and handsome, oversized books. With high-profile films and graphic novels, comics are in the public eye like never before."
"MICA examines this phenomenon by bringing together many of the most important artists reconceiving the nature of “comics” with a groundbreaking exhibition exploring contemporary comics culture."
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