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Marvel Over ‘Mawencol’ Artist Mark Hogancamp’s Largest Exhibit Yet

(Photo of Mark Hogancamp's photo, by Daniel Maurer)

(Photo of Mark Hogancamp’s photo, by Daniel Maurer)

Last time we admired the art of Mark Hogancamp, subject of the fantastic documentary Marwencol, it was in Red Hook, at a Pioneer Works exhibit that focused on the female figures who populate the miniature World War II-era village that he built in his Kingston, New York backyard. Since then, Steve Carrell has signed on to play Hogancamp in Robert Zemeckis’ dramatic adaptation of the doc, and now the real-life Hogie is returning to city for what will be his largest exhibit to date.

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Watch ‘Marwencol’ With Mark Hogancamp, at an Exhibit of His Work

We have to agree with New York’s verdict that Marwencol is one of “The 20 Essential Documentaries of the Century,” so it’s kind of exciting that the film’s subject, Mark Hogancamp, will be making a rare NYC appearance at a screening that accompanies an exhibit of his latest work.
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