NOW THRU 02.26.10 | MARVELOUS COLOR ART EXHIBIT
Marvelous Color is a unique art exhibit celebrating six of Marvel Comics’ popular and iconic Super Heroes. The exhibit highlights African/African American characters Black Panther, Storm, Luke Cage, The Falcon, Blade and James Rhodes (Iron Man/War Machi along with a variety of special events including panels on the creation of the show’s heroes, discussions on the techniques involved in the production of a comic book, and “meet the artist” events where renowned illustrators share their experiences and insights.
The show will also include original pieces from previously published works by Marvel Editor-In-Chief Joe Quesada (Amazing Spider-Man), Billy Tan (Black Panther), Danny Miki (Black Panther), David Williams (Uncanny X-Men First Class), Jae Lee (Blade), John Cassaday (Captain America), Sean Chen (Iron Man: Director of Shield), Sal Buscema (Captain America), John Romita, Jr. (Black Panther) and , the renowned John Byrne (Uncanny X-Men). Also featured will be the work the celebrated John Romita, Sr. (Captain America and the Falcon), as well as the late Billy Graham (Luke Cage: Hero for Hire) and the late Dave Cockrum (Uncanny X-Men). The show will feature a cover by Denys Cowan from “Black Panther/Captain America: Flags of our Fathers” written by Reginald Hudlin slated to be released to the general public in April 2010.
Presented by Somos Arte, the exhibit runs through February 26th at the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) at 408 West 58th Street, between 9th and 10th Avenues.
For more info visit: www.marvelouscolor.com