October 2014 strip for Metropolis magazine (mistitled Bombardment City).
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On Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014, in conjunction with the Boomfest International Comics Festival, a small exhibition of my prints opened at the Nabokov Museum at 47 Bolshaya Morskaya Street, St. Petersburg, Russia – Vladimir Nabokov’s home until the age of 18, described in Speak, Memory. The museum occupies the building’s first floor and contains artifacts and a library relating the great novelist; the upper floors are occupied by an art school for children. Photo [top] crowd at the opening; [middle] corner of the exhibition and [bottom] museum gallery. The exhibit runs through Oct. 12. My thanks to Dmitry Yakovlev and Boomfest for organizing this event.
A few pages from the Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer series were just translated into Hungarian for the the magazine Papírmozi. There’s a lively comics scene in Budapest around this magazine and it’s publisher Antal Bayer. Please subscribe.
On Thursday, May 15, 2014, Mark Mulcahy and Ben Katchor present an evening of two, one-act operas. In Memorial City, a medium-sized city on the East coast of North America is overwhelmed by a mania for memorial commemoration. The Imaginary War Crimes Tribunal (world premiere) tells the story of a compulsive video game player and the thrill of “victimless” violence. The musician/singers were Ken Maiuri and Dave Trenholm. The Imagainary War Crimes Tribunal was commissioned by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts for Target Free Thursdays at the David Rubinstein Atrium. Target is best known for its union-busting tactics and Rubinstein is co-founder and co-CEO of The Carlyle Group, one of the largest defense contractors in the world.
“According to a new law, ‘At least one unit in each multiple dwelling
shall be set aside for use in the prison housing market.’”
July-August 2013 strip for Metropolis magazine.