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viva world war 3 illustrated!!!

January 19, 2011

Check it!...
GRAPHIC RADICALS: 30 Years of World War 3 Illustrated
December 7, 2010 to February 5, 2011
475 Tenth Avenue (at 36th Street), New York, NY 10018

Graphic Radicals is a 30th anniversary retrospective of World War 3 Illustrated, an independently published political comic magazine founded in 1980 by artists Seth Tobocman and Peter Kuper. Comprised of original comics, drawings and paintings, posters, commissioned murals, documentary film, animation and a complete set of issues, Graphic Radicals is the largest World War 3 exhibition to date. New York Times review here.

In conjunction with the show there are several events:
Friday, January 21 / 7-9pm
With artist talks by Peter Kuper, Fly, Susan Simensky Bietile and Friends Of Brad Will

Wednesday, January 26 / 7-9pm
With artists talks by Sabrina Jones, Kevin Pyle and Milk Not Jails

Closing Party,
Friday, February 4th / 7-9pm

EXIT ART 475 Tenth Avenue (at 36th Street), New York, NY 10018
212-966-7745 / A, C, E to 34th Street / Penn Station
Open Tue.–Thu., 10am–6pm; Fri., 10am–8pm; and Sat., 12–6pm.

[Note from the bartender. If you're not familiar with WW3 co-founder Peter Kuper's bracing work, it truly is what is called "important." Not only is it ideologically challenging, but it's gorgeous to boot. We published Peter's one and only monograph, Speechless, about a decade ago, and it is still a masterpiece to this day.]