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New Roy Lichtenstein retrospective explores social impact of Pop Art

Renowned for his representations of everyday objects and his inventive interplay of line, dot, and color, Roy Lichtenstein (1923?1997) shaped the Pop Art movement. Organized by the Skirball Cultural Center, Pop for the People: Roy Lichtenstein in L.A. explores how the artist and the movement?buoyed by a renaissance in printmaking in Los Angeles?made fine art accessible to the American public in ways that had not been achieved before.
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