Summer 2014

Ida Applebroog

Ida Applebroog

EQUATING COMICS with “high art” is not as odd as it may sound. Both deal with the abstract transformation of information into another form without a fixed set of rules. And there has always, in fact, been a connection between the two—think of George Grosz, Andy Warhol, Laurie Anderson, and, best of all, Marcel Duchamp. Of course, Duchamp’s iconic Fountain, 1917, was …

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