QG Gallery is pleased to present "POP", where the iconic works of Keith Haring, Roy Lichtenstein, Tom Wesselmann, and Andy Warhol come to life.
Keith Haring, with his graffiti-inspired drawings, bridged the gap between art and the streets, exploring themes of exploitation and social issues.
Roy Lichtenstein revolutionized Pop art with his bold, comic book-inspired paintings, challenging the boundaries of commercial art.
Tom Wesselmann rejected Abstract Expressionism and incorporated everyday objects into his collages and three-dimensional metal works. Lastly,
Andy Warhol, obsessed with celebrity culture and consumerism, created iconic images such as Campbell's Soup Cans and Marilyn Monroe portraits, leaving an indelible mark on 20th-century art.
Experience the vibrant energy and cultural impact of these influential artists at the "POP" exhibition. Immerse yourself in the world of Pop art, where cartoons, commercial imagery, and everyday objects take center stage. Discover how these artists shaped the art landscape and influenced future generations of artists.
Join us at QG Gallery and witness the power of Pop art in all its colorful and thought-provoking glory.