The first exhibition of its kind to travel outside of Japan, Tezuka:The Marvel of Manga was organized by the National Gallery of Victoria in association with Tezuka Productions. A comprehensive survey, the exhibition showcases more than 200 original artworks by Tezuka dating from the late 1940s to the late 1980s, including black-and-white ink drawings, color covers, posters, and designs. Taken on the whole, these works of art serve to illustrate Tezuka's pioneering work in manga, creation of anime as a genre and ongoing global influence on popular culture. They also demonstrate the "god of manga's" rightful position in the annals of art history.
To read an additional biographical profile and learn more about his remarkable life, please see the page Artists in 60 Seconds: Tezuka Osamu.
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