I am very glad to hear that Derso and Kelen,
the bril- liant Hungarian cartoonists, are to hold an exhibition of their work in London this month. London, strangely enough, is one of the places where Derso and Kelen are least known. They have made Geneva their headquarters and pilloried with their unerring pencils—or perhaps more properly pencil, for practically every cartoon is a joint effort in the matter both of conception and of execution— the army of presidents, premiers, foreign ministers and ambassadors who have filed past them unceasingly for the last eight or ten years. Their gallery of international statesmen is literally unique, and anyone who omits to repair to 9 Arlington Street (the headquarters of the All Peoples' Association) between the 23rd and 80th of this month will be missing a great deal. JANUS.