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Mark's political cartoons will be featured in the "Legalize Freedom, Art is Activism" exhibit at the Lower East Side Festival of the Arts Gallery from now through June 30 at the Theater for the New City, 155 1st Ave. Bet. 9th & 10th St. (212) 254 1109. The center piece will be one of the original shields made by the Occupy Dusseldorf Camp sent from Dusseldorf to New York by organizer Julian Konopka. The gallery will also be running a video loop with the excellent video of their demonstrations using a Hurwitt cartoon produced by the Occupy Dusseldorf Camp.


Mark Hurwitt is an Illustrator, Cartoonist, Designer, Writer and Teacher residing in Brooklyn New York

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June 14, 2012 - Issue 476
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