Joann Sfar
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Exhibition newspaper

The exhibition newspaper presents the six main topics of the exhibition. Born in 1971 in Nice, illustrator, author and film director Joann Sfar has brought philosophy into the comic. With “The Rabbi's Cat”, an effervescent mixture of faith issues, philosophical observation, fable and a dash of adventure, Sfar first became a star in France, then achieved worldwide fame. There are now countless comic albums, novels and films in the unmistakeable style of this lively storyteller and spirited illustrator. For the first time, Cartoonmuseum Basel presents Joann Sfar in a large-scale overview exhibition with over 200 original drawings, watercolours, paintings and film clips, and a focus on his latest publications.

Sfar Ausstellungszeitung Web

Anette Gehrig (Hg.)
Texts: Dr. Jonas Engelmann, Anette Gehrig. 16 pages, coloured pictures, bilingual (German and French)

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