Arthur Szyk was a Polish born illustrator who redirected his artistry during World War II into political drawings that unmasked the face of the Axis enemies. A model of the engaged artist—defending the rights of Jews against Nazi aggression and American apathy—Szyk became America’s leading political caricaturist of the 1940s and his work appeared in TIME, Esquire and Collier’s magazines, among many others. The exhibit features many of the pieces that made him famous.