Edward Korendward Koren has long been associated with The New Yorker magazine where he has published well over 1000 cartoons as well as many covers and illustrations. He has also contributed to many other publications, including The New York Times, Newsweek, Time, GQ, Esquire, Sports Illustrated, Vogue, Fortune, Vanity Fair, The Nation and The Boston Globe. His illustrated books include How to Eat Like a Child, Teenage Romance and Do I Have to Say Hello (all by Delia Ephron), A Dog's Life by Peter Mayle, and, most recently, Pet Peeves by George Plimpton. Edward has published six collections of cartoons which first appeared in The New Yorker. His most recent book of cartoons is The Hard Work of Simple Living (Chelsea Green Publishing Company).

Edward has written and illustrated two books for children, Behind the Wheel and Very Hairy Harry. He has also illustrated Thelonius Monster's Sky-High Fly Pie by Judy Sierra, Oops! by Alan Katz, How to Clean Your Room in Ten Easy Steps by Jennifer LaRue Huget, and the newly published Poems I Wrote When No One Was Looking by Alan Katz.

Born in New York City, Koren attended the Horace Mann School and Columbia College. He did graduate work in etching and engraving with S. W. Hayter at Atelier  17 in Paris, and received an M.F.A. degree from Pratt Institute. He taught at Brown University for many years.

Koren's cartoons, drawings and prints have been widely exhibited in shows across the United States as well as in France, England and Czechoslovakia. His most recent one-man show was at Luise Ross Gallery in New York and he has shown work at the Terry Dintenfass Gallery in New York, and the Virgina Lynch Gallery in Tiverton, RI. His work is also in the permanent collections of the Fogg Museum, the Rhode Island School of Design Museum, the Princeton University Museum, The Fitzwilliam Museum at Cambridge University and in the Swann Collection at the Library of Congress.

Edward Koren has received a Doctor of Humane Letters Degree from Union College, has been a John Simon Guggenheim Fellow, and a Distinguished Visitor at the American Academy in Berlin. In 2007, he received The Vermont Governor's Award for Excellence in the Arts. He is also a member of the Brookfield, VT Volunteer Fire Department. He lives in Vermont with his family.


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