Summer 2014


AT LEAST SINCE Lichtenstein appropriated a comic-strip Benday dot, Duchamp riffed on Mutt and Jeff, or Eisenstein admired a Mickey Mouse cel, art has had a love affair with animation, comics, and cartoons—and its ardor, eagerly reciprocated, has given rise to a tense historical interplay between high and low, synthetic and real, margin and center. Perhaps this mutual …

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