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222 Delaware Street

New Castle, DE 19720

A unique gallery and shop on a wonderful street of museums, restaurants, arts and antiques in Historic New Castle, DE.

In the Gallery this month, we're hosting INX: BATTLE LINES, curated by Martin Koslowski, a fascinating exhibition of 40 years of political cartoons by more than 20 international artists. Join us March 22nd at 6PM for a fun & hands-on "issue cartooning" exercise, and an informal discussion with the artist and curator, Martin Koslowski, moderated by Ken Boos.

In the Shop, we've been focusing on Everything Tea,  a dizzying array of teacups, teapots, teabag holders, teabag squeezers, tea infusers, tea envelopes, tea journals and other important implements for your tea practice. Plus Kate's Originals, an extravaganza of handmade and creatively scented candles, melts, soaps and more.

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If you weren't able to make the March 16th seminar, this is a chance to talk with Martin about the INX legacy and the long history of political cartooning. We'll also be doing a hands-on exercise exploring the relationship between ideas, symbols, and "issue art".


The story behind the exhibit is as interesting as the work itself.  The original group was formed with a core of New York Times editorial illustrators at the dawn of the Age of Reagan. They loved their work, but wanted more freedom, and formed a self-managed collective of artists. At the beginning of each week, four or more artists were commissioned by a member art director to contribute illustrations on the topics of the day, which were then syndicated to the press.


Over the next 40 years, INX generated a remarkable body of work composed of over 9,500 editorial images, a powerful graphic chronicle of the last four decades. The more than 25 artists in the Window's show represent a wide range of backgrounds, national origins, styles of illustration, and, most importantly, opinions. 

Versions of this distinguished exhibit have appeared at the New York Times Gallery 9, the MicroMuseum in Brooklyn, The Triangle Gallery in Calgary and The Works Gallery in Edmonton, Muzeum Karykatury in Warsaw, La Curtiduria in Oaxaca, as well as Parsons School of Design, Baltimore’s Maryland Institute College of Arts, Syracuse University, and UMASS Dartmouth.

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