Organised by the Walker Art Center, International Pop chronicles the global emergence of Pop art from the 1950s through the early 1970s – an art form that embraced media and consumerism with a new spirit of urgency and exuberance. This landmark exhibition, which features works by more than 100 artists from four continents as well as a daily film programmer in the galleries, recaptures the energy and inquisitiveness of this moment in art.
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