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Satire on Show
September 28, 2012   
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Work by Polish graphic artist, cartoonist, illustrator and painter Zygmunt Zaradkiewicz will be on display in a retrospective exhibition entitled Drawing Narratives up Close and from a Distance at the Eryk Lipiński Museum of Caricature.

Visitors will be able to see work Zaradkiewicz produced between 1972 and the present day, including drawings that won him awards at major international cartoon and satirical drawing competitions—such as the main prize of the Porto Cartoon Festival 2011 in Portugal and the main prize of the Dictatorship and Tolerance competition in Berlin.

Older work scheduled to be shown at the exhibition includes black-and-white drawings and Zaradkiewicz’s book illustrations.

“Satirical cartoons are a branch of art that allow me to capture images of a world which affects me, amuses and astonishes me and makes me angry,” Zaradkiewicz has written in the foreword to the exhibition catalogue.

Eryk Lipiński Museum of Caricature in Warsaw, 11 Kozia St.

tel. 22 827-88-95; www.muzeumkarykatury.pl; Sept. 25-Nov. 18
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