Barbara Haskell is a long-time curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art and a well-known scholar on American modern art. Haskell will discuss the works of Robert Indiana, creator of one of the iconic images of twentieth century pop art, LOVE, and examine the evolution of the artist's themes.
Event begins at 7:00PM
Presented by: Smithsonian American Art Museum
Featured Artist(s): Barbara Haskell
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