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Oct. 24–Dec. 2, New York's School of Visual Arts presents "The Masters Series: Jules Feiffer," an award exhibition honoring the acclaimed political cartoonist and social satirist. The retrospective features work spanning Feiffer's 50-year career, including early works on paper, cartoon strips, book illustrations, watercolors and posters from his film and stage productions. Feiffer, whose Pulitzer Prize-winning comic strip appeared in The Village Voice from 1956-1997, has been concentrating on writing and illustrating children's books in recent years, and the exhibition coincides with the publication of his latest book, The Long Chalkboard and Other Stories, published by Pantheon. On Oct. 26 at 6:30 in the SVA Amphitheater, there will be a lecture by Feiffer, followed by a book signing. Seen here are two of Feiffer's trademark watercolors of dancers, and a drawing from The Long Chalkboard and Other Stories. Click here for more info.