"R. Crumb: Lines Drawn on Paper"

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As one of the first comic artists to spurn the censorship rules that prevailed in the late 1960s, R. Crumb was a key figure in creating a viable community that nurtured indie illustrators. The artifacts on display in this new exhibition—pages of defunct publications like The East Village Other and Crumb’s own Zap Comix—highlight the artist’s connection to a wider scene of weirdness that thrived in the underground newspapers and magazines of the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s.

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