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Maira Kalman
Artist talk introduced by Louise Steinman
October 30, 2007

The illustrator, author and designer-known for her many New Yorker covers (including the famous map of “Newyorkistan”) – contends with existential questions like: “What is identity?” “Why do we fight wars?” “Why do hearts break in February and why do some people have a hankering for a dodo sandwich?

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