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On January 23, a  Cartoon Movement exhibition will open at the London School of Economics. The exhibition is titled 'Justice and Security: There is More Than One Truth', and features the work of Steve Greenberg, Bernard Bouton, Jean Gouders, Tjeerd Royaards, Pavel Constantin, Eray Özbek, Mohamed Sabra, KAP, Vladimir Kazanevsky, Victor Ndula, Giacomo Cardelli, Popa Matumula, Talal Nayer, Fabio Magnasciutti and Dan Archer. Opening speaker is Martin Rowson, editorial cartoonist for UK newspaper The Guardian. The exhibition will run until February 17.

Justice and Security: There is More Than One Truth

Monday January 23 – Friday February 17, 2012

Opening: Monday January 23, 7 – 9pm

Admission: Free, exhibition is open Monday-Friday, 10am-8pm

Location: LSE, Atrium Gallery, Old Building, London, UK


Please visit  the LSE website for further information.


On February 15, Cartoon Movement contributor Zunar launches his first ever solo exhibition, featuring 80 of his cartoons. The theme of the exhibition 'Fighting Through Cartoons' was selected based on the restraints and pressure from the Malaysian government that have been imposed on him and his political cartoons. The exhibition is organised by  Article 19, an international NGO that fights for the freedom of expression and information.

 Zunar: To Fight Through Cartoons

Wednesday February 15 – Thursday March 15, 2012

Opening:  15th February 2012

Admission: Tickets for the event are limited and it is based on ‘first come, first served’. Tickets can be booked from now until the 3rd February 2012. The public, especially those living in the United Kingdom, can book the tickets through this link .

Location: Free World Centre, 60 farrington Road, London, UK 


Please visit  the Article 19 website for further information.


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