Palm Beach Roy Lichtenstein Mar 18 – Apr 11, 2021 340 Royal Poinciana Way Suite M333
Bringing together a selection of rarely seen works, this presentation features collage, drawing, painting, and sculpture from the 1970s and ‘80s, in particular showcasing Roy Lichtenstein’s return to the iconic theme of the brushstroke across a range of different media.
Rendered in a striking, high-impact style achieved through the use of his signature Ben-Day dot patterning, Lichtenstein’s work challenged notions of visual perception, compositional illusion, and modes of representation. An antidote to the spontaneity of the artist’s hand, his disciplined and controlled use of line imitated the mechanical reproduction and cool artifice of mass-produced imagery.
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