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/ Karl Haendel
Karl Haendel's "My Invisible Friend" at Tony Wight Gallery, Chicago
by

Michelle Grabner

"I must get out of this house," betrays the thought bubble floating near Tom's bewildered expression as he sits in an overstuffed chair with an open book in his hands. Tom, the feline-half of the notorious duo Tom & Jerry, sits alone without his little tormentor in Karl Haendel's Tom & Jerry #3 (2010), a hand-drawn graphite appropriation of a comic panel that muses on Tom's self-awareness. The book the cat holds in this frame is a generic "everybook," and its... continue reading

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