In this review by critic Mary Abbe of the Star Tribune, she discusses the show Pop Art & Beyond, currently showing at the Highpoint Center for Printmaking in Minneapolis. Abbe notes the show’s “youthful spirit” and “iconic accessibility.”
She observes: “ All of the artists are represented by subjects on which they long ago stamped their signatures: an American flag for Johns, Indiana’s word “Love,” a tray of cupcakes and doughnuts for Thiebaud, a Hockney swimming pool, a Dine heart, a lithe beauty for Katz, and so on. Cover the labels and the show would make a fun “Pop” quiz for a post-World War II art history class.”
The exhibit is on view until March 29th.