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The French Show Their Feelings

  The French left signs of their feelings along the march today. A gifted graphic artist must have created the second one because it really conveys the emotion evoked by the killing of the Charlie-Hebdo artists and protectors. And below … Continue reading

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Ruben Oppenheimer’s cartoon

The French are going through their September 11th. Their twin towers were sharpened pencils – words, satirical drawings, thoughts – as symbolically cherished by them as our Twin Towers were to us. Violence killed them all. For us the symbol … Continue reading

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Wolinski cartoon for Susan

Voilà un dessin de Wolinski que l’artiste a crée pour moi en 1981.  It’s on the first page of his book Tout est politique. He remained a close friend of my friend Alain who introduced me to him back then.  … Continue reading

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Nous sommes tous Charlie !

Nous sommes tous Charlie! That’s the cry of all of us who are horrified by the ” acte d’une exceptionnelle barbarie” by seemingly professional terrorists against a daily Parisian paper that publishes a satirical take on contemporary politics around the … Continue reading

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