The newspapers experienced good times from the beginning of the nineteenth century. Weeklies and other magazines then went through a golden age in the 20th century. The rise of radio and television was a challenge for these media. Nowadays, the Internet is a serious competitor. Political cartoons have always been an integral part of this press. The caricature has played a prominent and essential role from the beginning of the printed media and has always been a popular political instrument. However, the cartoon is also under pressure, and the Swiss caricaturist Patrick Chappatte (1967) expresses his concerns publicly. The exhibition addresses this discussion and places Chappatte’s works in the spotlight.