Pop Art Artist Roy Lichtenstein has an exhibition in LA and you must visit!
It’s safe to say Roy Lichtenstein is poppin’. The Skirball Museum is where Roy designed his real life canvas. This amazing exhibition is located in Los Angeles where more than 70 exclusive art pieces are displayed on colorful walls. The Los Angeles Timesquoted, “Pop for the People includes more than 70 of Lichtenstein’s works over four decades. Some of the pieces have rarely been exhibited, such as the artist’s 'Ten Dollar Bill' (1956), one of his first Pop art pieces. Rare photographs of the artist at work, paper plates he turned into art, even clothing items such as a 1970 bowling shirt he printed on will be on view. The museum will install a three-dimensional, life-sized re-creation of Lichtenstein’s 1992 'Bedroom at Arles', which itself is a re-imagining of Vincent Van Gogh’s series."
“Bedroom at Arles” (1992)
Visiting the Skirball Museum might take about 3-4 hours of your day! Bring your friends, or enjoy a fun Sunday Funday with bae! Have lunch at Zielder's Cafe, check out another cool exhibition such as Noah's Arc, and check out all the different art galleries this fifteen acre site encompasses. Noah’s Ark tickets are FREE on Thursdays; they are available on a walk-up basis only and distributed first-come, first-served, subject to availability (no advance tickets).They also have a discovery center, an amphitheater, library, garden courtyard, and more! So what are you waiting for? Check out Roy's exhibit in Los Angeles and do it for the gram! Take your friends, dress up in cute outfits, and be sure to use the hashtag #PopForThePeople when you post your pictures!
For more information about Roy Lichtenstein's Pop For The People, click here.