In One Brushstroke, Lichtenstein Tells the Story of Pop Art

29 June 2020 | New York

Cool, gestural and precise, Roy Lichtenstein’s White Brushstroke, I from 1965, captures the very best qualities of Pop art. At once reverential to Abstract Expressionism and Minimalism, Lichtenstein boldly took a painter’s most simple movement and uses it to collapse high and low art, bringing Pop art to center stage. In this episode of Expert Voices, join specialist David Galperin for an depth look at White Brushstroke, I, to be offered as a highlight of Sotheby's Contemporary Art Evening Auction. (29 June | New York)

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