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Edward (Benjamin) Koren (1935-)


Artist, illustrator, and educator. Brown University, Providence, RI, faculty member, 1964, associate professor of art, 1969-1977, adjunct associate professor, 1977. Cartoonist for New Yorker magazine. Editor-in-chief, Columbia Jester, 1957. Fellow, American Academy, Berlin, Germany, 2003. Exhibitions: One-man traveling exhibition, Art Gallery, State University of New York, Albany, NY, 1982; exhibited in group shows such as the Exposition Dessins d'Humeur, Society Protectrice d'Humeur, Avignon, France, 1973, Biennale Illustration, Bratislav, Czechoslovakia, 1973, Art from the New York Times, Society of Illustrators, New York, NY, 1973, Art from the New Yorker, Grolier Club, 1975, Terry Dintinfass Gallery, New York, NY, 1975-77, 1979, 1991, and Virginia Lynch Gallery, 1992, 1994, 2000, 2002. Work is held in Fogg Museum, Princeton University Museum, Rhode Island School of Design Museum, Fitzwilliam Museum, Swann Collection Cartoon and Caricature, and the Library of Congress.

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