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A comic illustration of a womain reading a book in a hammock on an urban rooftop

Ivan Brunetti, New Yorker Spring Cover (Urban Bliss), July 2013; 7 7/8 x 10 3/4 in.

Image courtesy of the artist

Circle and Members Preview: Chicago Comics: 1960s to Now


With gratitude for your continued support as a Member, Pritzker Director Madeleine Grynsztejn and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago invite you and a guest to attend the Circle and Members' Preview for Chicago Comics: 1960s to Now and be among the first to view the MCA's newest exhibition.

Chicago has been a center for comics for decades—a haven not only for making and publishing cartoons, but also for innovating on the medium. Chicago Comics: 1960s to Now tells the story of the art form in the influential city through the work of Chicago's many cartoonists: known, under-recognized, and up-and-coming.

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A scrapbook style collage of drawings against an avocado green background. Many of the drawings feature people and bunnies dancing.

Lynda Barry, 100 Demons: Dancing, 2000–2002. Watercolor on board; 8 x 10 in.

Courtesy of Adam Baumgold Fine Art


Lead support is provided by Kenneth C. Griffin; the Harris Family Foundation in memory of Bette and Neison Harris: Caryn and King Harris, Katherine Harris, Toni and Ron Paul, Pam Szokol, Linda and Bill Friend, and Stephanie and John Harris; the Zell Family Foundation; Julie and Larry Bernstein; and Cari and Michael Sacks.

Major support is provided by Robert J. Buford; Nancy and Steven Crown; Anne L. Kaplan; Liz and Eric Lefkofsky; Gary Metzner and Scott Johnson; Gael Neeson, Edlis Neeson Foundation; Rebekah and Ilan Shalit; Karyn and Bill Silverstein; Lynn and Allen Turner; and Anonymous.

Generous support is provided by the Hobson/Lucas Family Foundation and by Western Exhibitions.

Additional support is provided by Drawn + Quarterly.

Donations generously provided by Jason Lewis.