Warhol’s Influence On Western Artists
December 15 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm$10
The final in a three-part lecture series by art historian Dedee Aleccia. Warhol defined Pop art by making commodities, such as Brillo, into art – and making celebrities, like Marilyn Monroe, into commodities. Explore his influence on contemporary Western artists, including Indigenous artists, who use Pop art imagery to challenge cultural myths and confront exploitation.
Space is limited; registration required.