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Gallery Talk: Make It Pop!

July 27, 2018
Meet in Griffin Court
Free with museum admission

Described by some as invigorating and by others as tasteless, Pop art took audiences by storm beginning in the late 1950s when artists including Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol made work that subverted notions of originality and drew directly from the everyday. Explore the sources, themes, and queries of the Pop art movement on this gallery talk with museum educator Paulina Lopez.

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Roy Lichtenstein. Artist's Studio "Foot Medication", 1974. Gift of Edlis|Neeson Collection © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein.