Tag Archives: Cynthia Rose

Epidemic, Lockdown & Civil Unrest: The Paris Siege Cartoonists

Cynthia Rose takes a look back at another time when a whole bunch of cartoonists were forced inside by a pandemic while dealing with a government that didn’t seem to have a clue how to handle things. Continue reading

 

Art & Quarantine: Beatrice Alemagna

Cynthia catches up with artist Beatrice Alemagna about how she’s been managing her time at home, how it has impacted her work methods, and her uneasy relationship with “social” media. Continue reading

 

Art In Quarantine: Jean-Philippe Delhomme

Cynthia Rose takes us on a virtual visit to Jean-Philippe Delhomme’s studio, to see how he’s managing his time-at-home, the type of art it’s producing, and what he thinks the past masters would have thought of all this social media. Continue reading

 

Art In Quarantine: Brecht Evens

This week, we’re checking in with Brecht Evens and the publisher of his upcoming edition of Peter Pan, Josh O’Neill, about how they’re dealing with the impact of pandemic-induced quarantine. Continue reading

 

Art In Quarantine: Fifi Mandirac

We catch up with French artist Fifi Mandirac following her and her family’s second week of staying home and making do. Continue reading

 

Albert Uderzo: 1927-2020

He came, he drew, he conquered. Co-creator of one of the world’s most beloved comics, Astérix, Albert Uderzo passed away on March 24th at the age of 92. Continue reading

 

COCORICO! Charlie Hebdo’s Coco Tackles Plato

The Charlie Hebdo cartoonist tried her hand at a graphic novel adaptation of Plato, the end result runs at Paris’ Galerie Art-Maniak through 14 March. Cynthia Rose is here to catch up those of us with travel restrictions. Continue reading

 

Claire Brétecher (1940 – 2020)

“Her trajectory was a singular one, unlike that of almost any other artist.” Cynthia Rose, on the life and career of the legendary Claire Brétecher, who has passed away. Continue reading

 
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