Friday, September 16, 2011
Thursday, September 1, 2011
Well, it's about time! Levine is featured in a show of satirical drawings at the Met. FYI, a week after the show opens, an additional gallery will open at the Met containing overflow from from the main event and two more Levine caricatures will be on view.
|September 13, 2011–March 4, 2012|
Galleries for Drawings, Prints, and Photographs, 2nd floor
During the period in which David Levine summered in Westport, 1956-1977, he matured as a painter and blossomed into a world-renowned caricaturist who influenced cultural dialogue. This show features caricatures and paintings created during that period.
Opening Reception: Friday October 14 from 5-7 pm. Light refreshments.
Sunday, January 2, 2011
In 1979, The New York Times asked David to contribute a caricature of Henry Kissinger to its op-ed page to accompany a piece by William Pfaff accusing Kissinger of war crimes. David did Kissinger as the Illustrated Man, tattooed in evil. A recently released 1973 recording of Kissinger telling President Nixon that Soviets gassing Jews was a humanitarian, not an American, problem, reminds us of how accurate David always was. Click on the title, above, to read Menachem Wecker's relevant reprise.