Roy Lichtenstein's #PopForThePeople at Skirball Cultural Center
Pop-art has long dominated the art scene as an established genre and movement for so long, and there's no one quite as prominent as Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons and, my favorite, Roy Lichtenstein. It’s not surprising considering how much of pop-art has a direct influence on the way we interpret and perceive the world around us — substantive pop-art pieces often reference to the current socio-political and economic climate.
I am happy to report that there is a special exhibit made for the people, specifically #PopForThePeople, which is taking place at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles. In light of the upcoming presidential election, this is a exhibit that one should not miss especially with its inherent messaging on self-expression and the importance of reclaiming a free society through voting. Additionally, the exhibit houses a wide-range of Lichtenstein pieces that represents his long-time collaborations with Stanley Grinstein and Sidney Felsen, to name a few.
Beautifully Reimagined: Vincent van Gogh’s Bedroom at Arles
And have you wondered what it’s like to walk into Vincent van Gogh’s Bedroom at Arles? Well, wonder no more — it’s entirely possible and interact with this amazingly recreated, 3D life-size exhibit if you head over to Skirball right this moment. This all ends come March 12th 2017. Don’t miss out.