The website of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston has a digitized version of its contemporary exhibition, from several years ago, that featured the drawings of graphic novelist Danijel Zezelj. The digital exhibition provides a written excerpt of an informative "Interview" with the artist by the curator of the exhibit, and visitors can find the interview under the "Artist Biography" link. To view the exhibition, visitors should click on the "Enter the Exhibition" link, which contains the drawings from the graphic novel "Stray Dogs", but without the accompanying text found in the novel. Each page is an artwork in itself, and contains several seemingly separate drawings per page. The beautiful drawings sometimes resemble paintings or lithographs, with their large swaths of ink. The "Exhibition Details" link is an interesting peek inside the business of lending out a museum exhibit, and visitors will find the criteria for borrowing the work including: the space requirements of the exhibition, the required color of the walls (Autumn Purple by Benjamin Moore), the cost to borrow it from the museum, the cost of multimedia performances related to the exhibit, and the cost of an artist talk.


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