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Unknown Pleasures: The Art of Tomer Hanuka

March 6 - July 15

In 2000, Tomer Hanuka graduated from The School of Visual Arts, launching his illustration career with gold and silver medals from The Society of Illustrators that same year. In the last 20 years, Hanuka contributed to the Oscar-nominated animated doc Waltz with Bashir, created covers for The New Yorker and National Geographic, exhibited at the British Design Museum, and earned multiple industry awards. His co-created graphic novel, “The Divine,” published in 2015, hit The New York Times best-seller list, received a Hugo nomination, and won the International Manga Award, described by Publishers Weekly as “Heady, hellacious, and phantasmagoric.”

His latest book, “Unknown Pleasures” (2024), showcases a culmination of a visual language shaped by his Middle Eastern childhood, the graphic boom of 80s sci-fi, and a captivating relationship with color.

Exhibit details:

On display in the second floor Red Gallery.

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Unknown Pleasures will be available to purchase in the SI Museum Shop.

Unknown Pleasures will be up during the MoCCA Arts Festival, the Society’s annual celebration of independent comics. A reception will take place at the Society of Illustrators, with a date TBD. Tomer Hanuka will appear at the MoCCA Arts Festival for book signings. More details coming soon.

Details

Start:
March 6
End:
July 15
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Venue

At the Society
128 East 63rd Street
New York, NY 10065 United States
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Phone
212-838-2560
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