The exhibition flounders in part simply because of the blatant application of its own commercial terms on the viewer, most especially, on children and their parents.
Word and Image at the Dallas Museum of Art emphasizes just how varied the art and technology of print can be.
Before Winnie-the-Pooh was a Disney superstar, before author A. A. Milne even considered the forest adventures of a beloved bumbling bear, he was a gift to a young boy on his first birthday.
When most people think of Slough, England, they picture the drab, industrial setting for Ricky Gervais’s British television show The Office.