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That’s From Disneyland Auction & Exhibition

Van Eaton Galleries is ecstatic to present “That’s from Disneyland”…an incredible two day auction featuring the collection of Richard Kraft, mega collector and Disneyland enthusiast. 

Featuring original pre-1955 concept art, ride vehicles, props, attraction posters, paper goods, toys and more. This auction represents one of the largest collections of its kind in the world. Housed at an abandoned sporting goods store in Sherman Oaks, this is a free pop-up Exhibition from August 1st through the 24th, with a live auction scheduled for the 25th and 26th of August! Special events and concerts are scheduled throughout the month, see below. This is an event not to be missed!

More info HERE.

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Gallery Nucleus Announces Disney Afternoons Tribute Exhibition Opening On February 24, 2018

In collaboration with Disney Television Animation, Cyclops Print Works, Inc., and Oh My Disney!, Gallery Nucleus is thrilled to host a tribute to the many wonderful TV cartoons by Disney. From going on adventures with the Rescue Rangers to solving mysteries in Gravity Falls, join us as we look back with fond memories of some great Disney Television cartoons throughout the years.

The opening reception will be on February 24, 2018 from 7-10PM and feature new and original art paying tribute to Disney TV animated shows such as Chip n’ Dale Rescue Rangers,, Darkwing Duck, DuckTales, DuckTales (2017), Gargoyles, Gummi Bears, Talespin, Aladdin: The Series, Gravity Falls, Lilo & Stitch: The Series, Recess, Tangled: The Series, Timon and Pumba, Tron: Uprising, Big Hero 6: The Series, Star Vs. The Forces of Evil and Pickle and Peanut.

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Marvel Universe of Super Heroes Exhibition To Premiere At Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture In April 2018

Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes will feature more than 300 original artifacts, including some of Marvel’s most iconic and sought-after pages, costumes and props, many of which have never-before been seen by the public. These will be displayed in a major retrospective at the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) in Seattle, opening on April 21, 2018.

MoPOP and SC Exhibitions commissioned several renowned Marvel artists to create a series of posters for the Seattle show which will be released over the months to come. Michael Allred’s interpretation shows Spider-Man swinging from the iconic Space Needle. The exclusive artwork will be featured in MoPOP’s advertising campaign in spring 2018.

The exhibition will tell the Marvel story through comics, film and other media, taking place as it celebrates 10 years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and ahead of the 80th anniversary in 2019.

“Our show takes us from the origins of the Marvel Universe to the present, providing a chance to see some of the rarest and most precious objects to have survived from the past 80 years of pop culture history,” says curator Ben Saunders about the exhibition, which is being produced by MoPOP, SC Exhibitions and Marvel Entertainment.

The exhibition will trace the story of the company and its influence on visual culture – including how it’s responded to historical events and addressed wider issues such as gender, race and mental illness – as well as uncovering the narratives of individual characters such as Captain America, Spider-Man, Black Panther and Doctor Strange. It will honor the so-called “imaginauts” such as Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, who have made the Marvel saga one of the most expansive fictional universes ever created.

“Marvel transformed the idea of the Super Hero in the 1960s—and beyond—by ratcheting up the visual spectacle, emotional dynamism and philosophical sophistication of the action-adventure comics genre,” says Brian Crosby, head of Marvel Themed Entertainment. “Marvel has always been a reflection of the world outside your own window and one of its most compelling messages has always been, that anyone—regardless of race, religion or gender—can be a Super Hero.”

Immersive set pieces will bring the comic book world to life, and the exhibition will be accompanied by an immersive soundscape created by acclaimed composers Lorne Balfe and Hans Zimmer.

The exhibition has been curated by an outstanding team that includes three scholars of comics – Benjamin Saunders, Matthew J. Smith and Randy Duncan, all of whom are university professors and experts in their field. MoPOP curators Brooks Peck and Jacob McMurray, as well as renowned comics writers and editors Ann Nocenti and Danny Fingeroth, have also contributed.

“This is the largest exhibition ever staged at the Museum of Pop Culture,” says Brooks Peck, curator, MoPOP. “We’re thrilled to present more than 300 original artworks, props, costumes, and genuine relics of pop culture history, from the earliest incarnations of super heroes in comics to ground breaking movie moments reflecting the timeless appeal of the Marvel universe.”

For more information, visit MoPOP.org/Marvel.

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The Cartoon Art Museum To Release Grains of Sand: 25 Years of The Sandman Exhibition Catalog In April 2014

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The Cartoon Art Museum proudly presents the official Grains of Sand: 25 Years of The Sandman exhibition catalog. This 144-page full-color catalog showcases over 100 pieces from the museum exhibition, reproduced in full color to capture every detail of the original artwork. Highlights include more than 20 pages from the groundbreaking first issue of Sandman; eight pages from “The Sound of Her Wings,” featuring the first appearance of Death from Sandman #8; full-color paintings by Yoshitaka Amano, Barron Storey, J.H. Williams III, and series cover artist Dave McKean; beautiful, unretouched pencil artwork by famed illustrator Michael Zulli; and highlights from Neil Gaiman’s personal collection of Sandman artwork.

Grains of Sand features new text pieces by Sandman co-creators Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth, and Mike Dringenberg as well as Sandman: Overture artist J.H. Williams III.  Dringenberg and Kieth have collaborated on an original bookplate for this catalog, and additional bookplates by Williams III and Gaiman will also be available. Catalogs may be ordered through Guestlist: https://guestlistapp.com/events/226605

Grains of Sand will be available in the following editions:

– Preludes and Nocturnes:  The 144-page catalog featuring over 100 full-color reproductions of Sandman original artwork.  $40, plus $10 shipping and handling.

– The Doll’s House:  The 144-page catalog plus an exclusive bookplate signed by Sam Kieth and Mike Dringenberg.  $75, plus $10 shipping and handling.

– Dream Country:  The 144-page catalog plus an exclusive bookplate signed by J.H. Williams III.  $75, plus $10 shipping and handling.

– Season of Mists:  The 144-page catalog plus an exclusive bookplate signed by Neil Gaiman (artist to be announced), plus the Kieth & Dringenberg and Williams III bookplates.  The first 25 orders will also include an exclusive print illustrated and signed by Worlds’ End artists Gary Amaro and Steve Leialoha.  $125, plus $10 shipping and handling.

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The catalogs are expected to arrive at the Cartoon Art Museum in mid-April, and orders will be filled at that time.

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Comic Book Icons, An Exhibition With 100 Comic Characters Interpreted By 100 Artists To Open At The International Comic Book Festival in Belo Horizonte, Brazil

A “Comic Book Icons” exhibition with 100 characters interpreted by 100 artists will open at FIQ – International Comic Book Festival in Belo Horizonte, Brazil (www.fiqbh.com.br).

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The highly anticipated show opens on November 13, 2013 and will run until November 17th. The festival is the largest in the world with over 148,000 attendees.

Ivan Freitas Da Costa, is one of the show curators and part of the FIQ organization team. He has become a facebook friend of mine and was kind enough to share some exhibition pieces. I’ll add to this post as future art is announced.

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Lone Wolf and Cub by Rafael Grampa

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Akira by Renato Guedes

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Captain America by Scott McDaniel

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Hellboy by Greg Tocchini

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Corto Maltese by Dave Johnson

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Daredevil by Cliff Richards

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Doctor Doom by Charlie Adlard

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Jonah Hex by Julio Shimamoto

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Mafalda by Eduardo Damasceno

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Death by Roger Cruz

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Tex by Mike Deodato

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Watchmen by Luciano Salles

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Spider-Man by João Montanaro

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Zorro by Davi Calil

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Astroboy by Ivan Reis

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Tarzan by Eduardo Risso

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