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Preview: “Brut Force Visionaries, Outlaws and Iconoclasts” at Nielsen Arts Gallery

“Brut Force Visionaries, Outlaws and Iconoclasts” opens at Berkeley's Nielsen Arts Gallery Saturday, November 2 through November 13. The show presents the collection of Scott Cook, featuring original works and prints by Al Columbia, Daniel Clowes, Mike Davis, Jim Woodring, Robert Crumb, Art Speigelman, David Sandlin and Tom Huck and sculpture installation by Meghan Gates. Cook commissioned the series from drawings included in "Congress of the Animals" and "The Frank Book". One drawing on display is featured in Woodring's latest book, "Fran". See more after the jump.

“Brut Force Visionaries, Outlaws and Iconoclasts” opens at Berkeley’s Nielsen Arts Gallery Saturday, November 2 through November 13. The show presents the collection of Scott Cook, featuring original works and prints by Al Columbia, Daniel Clowes, Mike Davis, Jim Woodring, Robert Crumb, Art Speigelman, David Sandlin and Tom Huck and sculpture installation by Meghan Gates. Cook commissioned the series from drawings included in “Congress of the Animals” and “The Frank Book”.  One drawing on display is featured in Woodring’s latest book, “Fran”.

Jim Woodring

Al Columbia

Daniel Clowes

R. Crumb

David Sandlin

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