The years 1955-1972 were marked by optimism and a boom in consumer culture and creative outpour in both USA and Europe, influenced by mass production, new materials, new technology, media and advertising. The dialogue between artists and designers flourished, breaking down boundaries and resulting in cross-fertilizations between the genres.
Louisiana’s large-scale spring exhibition celebrates the Pop Art movement. Featuring some 180 works including many iconic masterpieces - Warhol, Lichtenstein, Hamilton, Eames, Panton and Sottsass - Pop Art Design highlights the close and inspirational collaboration between artists and designers of the period.
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Website