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Uploaded on Apr 23, 2010

A webcam allows visitors to give impromptu reactions to the exhibition "Lines of Attack: Conflicts in Caricature," on view at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University from Feb. 4 through May 16, 2010.
This is the first museum exhibition to compare the 19th century origins of journalistic caricature with its transformation in the digital age. Artists in the show include Garry Trudeau of the syndicated cartoon "Doonesbury," Steve Bell of the Guardian, Dwayne Powell of The (Raleigh) News & Observer, Gerald Scarfe of London's Sunday Times and such seasoned political cartoonists as Steve Brodner, Jeff Danziger and Pat Oliphant.

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