San Francisco, CA
Roz Chast is one of the most celebrated cartoonists in the United States today. Born in Brooklyn, she has been publishing with The New Yorker since 1978. She has received wide acclaim for her tour de force graphic memoir about the last years of her elderly parents’ lives, Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?, that has won the National Book Critics’ Circle Award for Autobiography and the Kirkus Prize for Non-Fiction.
The exhibition contains 250 objects: original cartoons, children’s book illustrations, Ukrainian character eggs, and storytelling rugs.
Exhibition overview from museum website