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Eryk and Zuzanna
September 2, 2011   
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The Eryk and Zuzanna exhibition at Warsaw’s Museum of Caricature commemorates 20 years since the death of cartoonist and satirist Eryk Lipiński and features a collection of cartoons and drawings he amassed for his daughter Zuzanna.

Lipiński started the collection in 1957, asking fellow cartoonists, both Polish and foreign, to each make a drawing for his daughter, who was 11 at the time. Over the years, the drawings grew into an extensive collection that features works by top Polish and international cartoonists, including Jerzy Flisak, Szymon Kobyliński, Zbigniew Lengren, Jean Effel, Raymond Petynet, Ralph Steadman and Roland Topor.

Lipiński was a leading exponent and founder of the Polish Poster School. He also founded the Museum of Caricature.

The exhibition explores the close bond between a father and daughter, showing how the two inspired each other. The exhibition also features 40 posters by Lipiński. Taken together, the works provide an insight into the past five decades of cartoons and caricature around the world.

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Sept. 26-Nov. 27
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