Martin Goldbeck-Löwes exciting tribute to the legendary illustrator Wilson McCoy who made the Phantom the world's most popular comic.
In 1936, Lee Falk created the fantasy that became popular. In 1941 Wilson McCoy took over and remained the main illustrator of the Phantom until his death in 1961.
McCoy's drawings are characterized by simplicity, but at the same time a detailed, and the true connoisseurs can easily identify his unique drawing style.
The curator for the exhibition is Martin Goldbeck-Löwe, film critic, filmmaker and journalist.