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In pictures: A selection of Art Spiegelman's work

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In Maus, Spiegelman portrayed Jews as mice, Germans as cats, and Poles as pigs.

Courtesy of the artist

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Spiegelman co-founded RAW in 1980 with his wife, Françoise Mouly.

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Self-portrait with MausMask. Cover for The Village Voice. June 6, 1989 from Spiegelman, ‘behind the mirror’/ portfolio of GalerieMartel, Paris 2009.

Courtesy of the Artist

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A piece named ‘Guns of September’ by Spiegelman is pictured at a media briefing of his new exhibit 'Co-Mix' at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

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An original piece by artist Art Spiegelman is pictured at a media briefing of his new exhibit ‘Co-Mix’ at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

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Thee frames that make up a wall of original art by Art Spiegelman at his new exhibit ‘Co-Mix’ at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

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