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Pop Goes the Easel explores Pop Art of the 1960s and its impact on painting, printmaking, and sculpture in the decades that followed. By exploding traditional notions of easel painting, Pop artists of the 1960s radically expanded the possibilities of how art is made and how it is viewed. Pop Art and its Progeny explores the social and political avenues opened up by Pop for more recent American artists as well as for those working on the global stage. This exhibition shows how Pop Art freed later artists to pursue new directions and to broaden their perception—and our understanding—of the world around us.
Experience the exhibit in a new way with 'Let 'er Buck,' presentation by artist Nancy Davidson.
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