Websighting: Virginia Snedeker Exhibit comes to northern New Jersey ; Blogspottings: Mick Stevens' video studio tour, Brief reviews of Edward Sorel's "Just When You Thought Things Couldn't Get Worse" & "Best American Comics 2007" (Edited By Chris Ware)
From The Newark Star Ledger, January 18, 2008, "Urban realist exhibit", a piece on the Morris Museum's Virginia Snedeker retrospective, "Capturing the Spirit: Virginia Snedeker and the American Scene" ( runs from January 22 through March 16 ). This is a great exhibit which originally opened at the Morven Museum in Princeton, N.J.. Snedeker contributed numerous spot drawings to The New Yorker as well as three covers: June 10, 1939, February 3, 1940 and May 17, 1941. The article contains a link to the Morris Museum. http://www.nj,com/
From Newyorker.com / youtube.com, " Mick Stevens' Studio Tour": http://youtube.com/
From the blog Panels and Pixels, January 17, 2008, "Graphic Lit: Clearing off my desk" a grab bag of reviews including Edward Sorel's latest collection " Just When you Thought Things Couldn't Get Worse: The Cartoons and Comic Strips of Edward Sorel" and the Chris Ware edited "Best American Comix 2007"