Art Soiree Hosts 3rd Annual Cartoonist Exhibit at Malmaison

Kevin KAL Kallaugher, a political cartoonist for the Economist, posing in front of his work
Nico Dodd
Kevin KAL Kallaugher, a political cartoonist for the Economist, posing in front of his work

Art Soiree hosted its third annual cartoonist exhibit, a retrospective of President Barack Obama's first term, at Malmaison on Water Street Jan. 18.

Artists, whose work was on display, included Kevin KAL Kallaugher (the Economist), Daryl Cagle (MSNBC), Tom Toles (the Washington Post), Mike Keefe (Denver Post), Jimmy Margulies (the Record, Time, Newsweek, New York Times, USA Today), Ann Telnaes (the Washington Post, Signe Wilkinson, Philadelphia Daily News), Christo Komarnitski (Sega, Sturshel), Damien Glez (Le Monde, Courrier International, La Gazette).

Only two cartoonists were at the event, Kevin KAL Kallaugher is the artist-in-residence at University of Maryland Baltimore County, and Tom Toles, who performed with his rock group Suspicious Package.

According to Zeina, an employee at Napoleon Bistro, Malmaison -- the 4,200-square-foot space with a bakery and cafe and owned by Zubair Popal -- will officially open this spring. Tonight, the space is hosting a networking event with Fashion Group International and the Georgetown BID. Click here for more information on the event.

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