"Real" "Art" gallery show in Seattle

I almost forgot that I’m the co-curator of a small (but packed) gallery show of comics art which comments on the (capital A) Art World. It was inspired by a comic Peter Bagge drew about a show at the Henry Gallery, basically tearing apart the obscure pretentiousness of the art on display. The show he inspired features comics by Bob Rini, Greg Stump, Megan Kelso, myself, and a tour de force by Jeremy Eaton (illustrator of the image featured here, a portrait of the surrealist “Mandalet Blanchet”). The show hangs at the Sessions Gallery in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood until December 18.


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