‘Tomi Ungerer: All in One’ at the Drawing Center
An exhibition celebrating the award-winning author and illustrator Tomi Ungerer is now on view at the Drawing Center. This is the first exhibit in the United States to be dedicated to Ungerer, who is known for his dark sensibility. The retrospective covers Ungerer’s classic works for children, The Three Robbers (1961) and Moon Man (1966), as well as his satirical illustrations and erotic drawings. The exhibit will occupy the entire Drawing Center, with Ungerer’s erotic drawings in the Drawing Room and animations in the lower-level Lab gallery.
‘Tomi Ungerer: All in One’ is made possible by the support of Phaidon Press, Lisa Silver and Jean Castelli, an anonymous gift in honor of Frances Beatty Adler, the Maurice Sendak Foundation, EDF Group, Philippe Castagnet, HarperCollins, Dominque Formhals, Fiona and Eric Rudin, the French Embassy, and L’école des Loisirs.