Prints & Protest
Prints & Protest | through January 24, 2021
Looking back at a more recent era of activism, these powerful works on paper show how artists responded to causes such as the Civil Rights and antiwar movements to document injustice and call for political change—a social stance being echoed by artists and nonartists alike today. On display are prints by pop artist Larry Rivers, cartoonish caricatures by May Stevens, a series by Bruce Carter that references the 1968 incident at My Lai, and declarations about the power of love by artist and nun Corita Kent.
|Children 6 and older||$10|
|Children 5 and under||Free|