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347. Criminal Sketches by Famous Artists

September 25, 2011

Q: Which one had the parody of Calder, Magritte, and Picasso as criminal sketch artists?

A: The article was “Criminal Investigationism” by Gerald Sussman and Henry Beard from the June 1973 (Violence) issue.


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