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Student Work Displayed at Illustration House Gallery

An exhibition by members of FIT's Illustration Club appeared at New York City's Illustration House Gallery throughout April.  It was a record-breaking show for the gallery, marking its first exhibition of both student work and digitally-illustrated work. 

The Illustration Club titled the exhibition "Illustration Futuro."   Club officers are Charles George Esperanza, Yuquan Tan, and Christian Castro.  Professor Tony Capparelli is the club's advisor.

Illustration House was founded in 1974 by art historian Walt Reed. In addition to select exhibitions each year, the gallery holds twice annual auctions of fine illustrative paintings and drawings.

Exhibition opening, Illustration House Gallery
Exhibition opening, Illustration House Gallery
Ramon Campos
Ramon Campos
Charles George, Professor Tony Capparelli, Christian Castro
Charles George, Professor Tony Capparelli, Christian Castro

Illustration Futuro Invitation Card by Gabriel Roa
   Illustration Futuro Invitation Card by Gabriel Roa

All photos by YuQuan Tan.
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