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"Shiny, Sticky, Smooth: Pop Art and the Senses" opens at the Wichita Art Museum

With bold color and graphic images inspired by advertising, movies, television, and comic strips of the late 1950s and 1960s, the modern art movement?called pop art?embraced the visual language of popular culture to tease the imagination and tempt the senses. Explore the sensory language of pop art with the fall exhibition, Shiny, Sticky, Smooth: Pop Art and the Senses, Prints from the Collections of Jordan D.
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