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Rogues Gallery - 1977-2017 - 40 Year Retrospective of Courtroom Art: From Son of Sam to El Chapo
Start Date: 11/29/2017Start Time: 5:30 PM
End Date: 2/2/2018End Time: 8:30 PM

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Rogues Gallery - 1977-2017 - 40 Year Retrospective of Courtroom Art: From Son of Sam to El Chapo

Dates of Exhibition: 11/30/17 - 2/2/18
Opening Reception: 11/29/18;  5:30 – 8:30 PM

Rogue’s Gallery - 1977 - 2017 - 40 Year Retrospective of Courtroom Art from Son of Sam to El Chapo 
showcases the work of three award winning and nationally known illustrators: Aggie Kenny, Richard Tomlinson and Elizabeth Williams. Through their art, viewers will learn about the wide and varied actions of the United States legal system. The images (most never exhibited before) show various New York courts and cases.

Artist Richard Tomlinson bequeathed his entire body of work to the John Jay College of Criminal Justice’s Lloyd Sealy Library. Subsequently the Library’s courtroom art collection grew to include works by Aggie Whelan Kenny and Elizabeth Williams. This exhibition marks the fortieth anniversary of the Son of Sam case and the thirtieth anniversary of the Bernhard Goetz subway shootings. The John Jay exhibit allows observers to step into New York’s colorful historical trials and cases.

40 Year Retrospective of Courtroom Art: From Son if Sam to El Chapo

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