When: Sat., April 28, 2-3 p.m.
In conjunction with the exhibition "Adman: Warhol Before Pop", Anthony E. Grudin, assistant professor of art history at The University of Vermont, reads from his 2017 publication "Warhol’s Working Class: Pop Art and Egalitarianism". Alex J. Taylor, assistant professor and academic curator at University of Pittsburgh, will present new research on Warhol’s now iconic canvases of Campbell’s Soup cans and his engagement in the 1960s with corporations. Following the reading, Blake Gopnik, Warhol biographer and New York-based art critic, leads a Q&A focusing on the points of intersection between Grudin’s book, research, and the themes of the "Adman" exhibition.
Price: Free; Registration is suggested