Artists of “The New Yorker” in Conversation with Abbi Jacobson - 92Y, New York

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Artists of The New Yorker in Conversation with Abbi Jacobson

Adrian Tomine, Chris Ware and Maira Kalman

Celebrate The New Yorker’s rich history of brilliant, hilarious, moving artwork when some of the magazine’s most acclaimed artists sit down with Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson who recently partnered with MoMA and WNYC to create the art podcast A Piece of Work.

Adrian Tomine has created more than a dozen iconic covers for the publication, and his most recent graphic story collection, Killing and Dying, was a New York Times bestseller. Frequent New Yorker contributor Chris Ware has just published a beautiful collection of his work, Monograph, featuring contributions by Ira Glass, Francoise Mouly and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Art Spiegelman.

What does it take to convey thought and feeling with a few bold strokes of the pen, working for one of the nation’s highest-profile magazines? Join these New Yorker artists and find out.

A book signing follows the event.

Abbi Jacobson

Abbi Jacobson is an actor, writer and artist based in New York City.

Chris Ware

Chris Ware is a contributor to the New Yorker and his Building Stories was selected as a best book of the year by both the New York Times and Time magazine.

Adrian Tomine

Adrian Tomine was born in 1974 in Sacramento, California. Since 1999, his comics and illustrations have appeared regularly in The New Yorker, where he has created more than a dozen iconic covers.

Maira Kalman

Maira Kalman is the author/illustrator of over 25 books for adults and children.

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