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WHAT, ME PANIC? Celebrating Angelo Torres Society of Illustrators

11 May 2022 — 2 Sep 2022

The Society of Illustrators proudly presents WHAT, ME PANIC?, an exhibit dedicated to the life and works of Puerto Rican illustrator and MAD magazine legend Angelo Torres. Spanning an entire career, this exhibit showcases some of the most beautiful illustrations in comic and art history.

Torres drew stories for Atlas, Charlton, Harvey, Classics Illustrated, DC, Marvel and many other...

The Society of Illustrators proudly presents WHAT, ME PANIC?, an exhibit dedicated to the life and works of Puerto Rican illustrator and MAD magazine legend Angelo Torres. Spanning an entire career, this exhibit showcases some of the most beautiful illustrations in comic and art history.

Torres drew stories for Atlas, Charlton, Harvey, Classics Illustrated, DC, Marvel and many other publishers during his career, including nearly four decades with MAD magazine until his retirement in 2007. Widely lauded for his biting satirical work and his general contributions to the field of comic art, the works of Angelo Torres can be seen on display like never before with this limited exhibit.

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Illustrator as Witness (Until 3 September 2022)

WHAT, ME PANIC? Celebrating Angelo Torres (Until 2 September 2022)

The Artist’s Experience: from Brotherman to Batman (Until 28 October 2022)

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Founded in 1901, the Society of Illustrators is the oldest nonprofit organization dedicated to the art of illustration in the United States.

Open since 1981, the Society of Illustrators Museum provides a unique opportunity to view current and historical works of art by notable illustrators and comic artists. Hosting various exhibitions and events, the museum is hub for creativity in NYC, hosting regular competitions, lectures, and workshops. It's located on E 63rd Street, New York.

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128 East 63rd Street, 10065, New York
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