Pop 'n' Op

March 18 - May 14, 2017

While the Museum is under construction, we are installing “pop-up” exhibitions around town. Popping up at our temporary gallery On the Slope is an exhibition featuring Pop and Op art from the 1960s and 1970s. From pulsating lines and psychedelic colors to iconic imagery of consumer culture, works like these created a new kind of art experience. Collapsing boundaries between fine art and commercial design, these works appealed to a wider public and sent shockwaves through the art world.

Related programs & events

Slow Art Day | April 2, 11am

First Friday reception | April 7, 5 – 8pm

Art Break | April 28, 12pm

Group visits

Groups of 10 to 20 students or adults are invited to schedule a visit to Pop ‘n’ Op. Our inquiry-based group visits, led by volunteer docents or Museum staff, challenge visitors to hone their observation skills.

Read more and schedule your group visit.

View selected works in the exhibition »