Herblock Looks at: 1966 | 1965 | 1964 | 1963 | 1962 | 1961 | Communism

Ongoing exhibition, opened March 18, 2011

Politically independent and a champion of the little guy, Herbert L. Block (1909–2001)—better known as “Herblock”—spared no one from the wrath of his art. His pointed commentaries offer an opportunity to reflect on history and culture—how much has changed and what remains the same. The Herblock Gallery's selection of ten cartoons—with new drawings every six months—provides the visitor an ongoing opportunity to learn more about this Pulitzer award winning artist and to appreciate the Library's extensive Herbert L. Block Collections.

The Herb Block Foundation provides funding for the Herblock Gallery that enables visitors to continue to experience and enjoy the breadth and richness of this expansive collection.

Currently on View

Herblock Looks at 1966: Fifty Years Ago in Editorial Cartoons
September 17, 2016–March 18, 2017

Exhibition Location

Graphic Arts Galleries, Ground Floor, Thomas Jefferson Building