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EXHIBITION:
COMICA ARGENTINA


Paul Gravett and Sylvia Libedinsky curate an exhibition celebrating the quality and diversity of comic art in Argentina, from early editorial cartoons and comic strips and the post-1945 ‘Golden Age’ through to Grillo, Muñoz, Quino, Zarate and other modern masters, and today’s next generation. More details…

 

Tickets: Free
Where: Canning House, 2 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8PJ
When: June 7 to June 26, 2010


In association with the Viñetas Sueltas Festival, Buenos Aires.

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