“Draw Like a Machine: Pop Art, 1952-1975” at Menil Drawing Institute in Houston
“Draw Like a Machine: Pop Art, 1952-1975,” at our partner institution, the Menil Drawing Institute in Houston, explores the innovative methods of draftsmanship pioneered by the leading practitioners associated with American Pop. The exhibition spotlights American artists who bridged fine art and industrial design, including Roy Lichtenstein, James Rosenquist, and Idelle Weber. Also included are a series of six drawings by Andy Warhol of Gene Swenson, known for his iconic ARTnews interview with Warhol, which centered on the broad inquiry, “What is Pop Art?” The exhibit is on view until March 13, 2022.
Image: Lee Lozano, “No title,” graphite on paper, The Menil Collection, Houston