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Art Spiegelman


Art Spiegelman

Art Spiegelman is best known for his masterful two-volume Holocaust narrative, MAUS, which in 1992 won a Pulitzer Prize. Born in Stockholm in 1948, Spiegelman rejected his parents' aspirations for him to become a dentist and he began to study cartooning in high school and drawing professionally at age 16. He was the cofounder/editor of RAW, the acclaimed magazine of avant-garde comics and graphics. His drawings and prints have been exhibited in museums and galleries here and abroad.

In addition to the Pulitzer, Spiegelman has been honored with a Guggenheim fellowship and nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award. His last book, IN THE SHADOW OF NO TOWERS, was selected by the New York Times as one of the 100 most notable books of 2004. In Fall 2008, he will be publishing the graphic novel BREAKDOWNS with Pantheon Books, and a children's comic storybook called JACK AND THE BOX with Toon Books. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

Art Spiegelman

Books by Art Spiegelman

edited by Art Spiegelman - Biography, Graphic Novel, Nonfiction

First published in 1957, THE PARADE is a lost classic, newly discovered, remastered and presented by Art Spiegelman, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of MAUS. Reproduced in a unique two-sided accordion-fold format with an extensive overview of the artist’s career on the verso, THE PARADE is a celebration of art and the story of recurring war as Si Lewen experienced it over the past 90 years, watching the joyful parades that marked the end of World War I lead into the death marches of World War II and the Korean War.

by Art Spiegelman - Art, Comic Books, Graphic Novel, Popular Culture

In an art career that now spans six decades, Art Spiegelman has been a groundbreaking and influential figure with a global impact. CO-MIX: A Retrospective of Comics, Graphic, and Scraps is a comprehensive career overview of the output of this legendary cartoonist, showing for the first time the full range of a half-century of relentless experimentation.

Edited by Art Spiegelman and [2]

This treasury created for young readers focuses on comic books, not strips, and contains humorous stories that range from a single-page to eight or even 72 pages, each complete and self-contained.

by Art Spiegelman - Graphic Novel

Art Spiegelman's unsettling account of his family's dark history, including internment in a Nazi concentration camp, won the Pulitzer Prize for its brash and human story. MAUS continues to set the standard for excellence in comics today.