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January 29, 2004|By Sarah Schaffer

Underground comics

Underground illustrations are in the spotlight in Comics on the Verge tomorrow through March 14 at Maryland Institute College of Art's Decker Gallery.

The exhibit, which features nearly 40 artists, includes computer-generated graphics, paintings, prints, toys and, of course, the pages from a variety of comic books.

The Maryland Institute College of Art's Decker Gallery is in the Mount Royal Station at 1400 Cathedral St. For more information, call 410-225-2300 or visit

Three at School 33

Three new shows begin Saturday at the School 33 Art Center.

In the installation space, Hadieh Shafie's work, The Little Black Fish, examines censorship and other socio-political issues.

Gallery I features the large-scale prints of Lynn Cazabon in Film Tombs: The Pratt Library Series, and Gallery II has new drawings and mixed media works by Aimee Shapiro.

All three displays will remain on view at the South Baltimore gallery through March 5.

School 33 Art Center is at 1427 Light St. Call 410-396-4641 or visit

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