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Lichtenstein in Context: Drawing in the 1960s
This half-day symposium explores the role of drawing in the 1960s in the work of Lichtenstein and his contemporaries. It coincides with the exhibition Roy Lichtenstein: The Black-and-White Drawings, 1961–1968. Speakers include:
Isabelle Dervaux, The Morgan Library & Museum
Bernice Rose, The Menil Collection, "Drawing Did Count"
Michael Lobel, Purchase College/State University of New York, "Some Notes on Drawing after Lichtenstein"
Robert Hobbs, Virginia Commonwealth University, "Image Duplication: Roy Lichtensteinís Legacy"
Gary Panter, artist, in conversation with Thomas Crow, Institute of Fine Arts/New York University.
Saturday, November 20, 2010, 2–5 p.m.
Tickets: $25 for Non-Members; $20 for Members; free to students with valid ID.
Please call (212) 685-0008 ext. 560 or e-mail for information.