The 43rd edition of the Pentagram Papers features 33 pen and ink drawings by Arline Simon depicting the characters of the 1954 Army-McCarthy hearings. The book also includes an essay by Emily Oberman about her mother, Arline and an introductory essay by Victor Navasky, former editor of The Nation, current chair of the Columbia Journalism Review and author of Naming Names, the definitive account of the Hollywood blacklist and the Red Scare in 1950s America. Read more here.
Completed at Pentagram.
Emily Oberman, partner-in-charge and designer;
Deva Pardue, designer;
Julia Lindpaintner, researcher and copy editor.
Drawings by Arline Simon Oberman.
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