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Andy Warhol and the Principles of Pop Art
Speaker: Grace Marston
This lecture is an introduction to the art and legacy of Andy Warhol. Learn about the core concepts of the Pop Art movement such as appropriation, seriality, and iconography from popular culture. The presentation will feature some of Warhol’s most famous artworks such as his Campbell’s Soup Can paintings, Brillo Box sculptures, and celebrity portraits, as well as rare archival materials from the collection of The Andy Warhol Museum. Participants will examine how and why Warhol became one of the most important artists of the 20th century.
Grace Marston is a Gallery Educator at The Andy Warhol Museum. She has worked at the museum for over ten years and aspires to become the preeminent Warhol scholar of her generation. She has conducted gallery talks, tours, and workshops for audiences of all ages and backgrounds. She specializes in LGBTQ+ Education, Senior Education, and research projects.
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