On view in the Upper Walter Wing 12.21.19 – 02.13.20
Drawn from the American collection of the Columbus Museum of Art, Oppositions: Art and Power in the Vietnam Era explores the diverse ways artists approached questions of power and authority during the Vietnam War. This installation emphasizes the close relationship between art and politics during a period of cultural crisis.
Oppositions: Art and Power in the Vietnam Era was organized by Daniel Marcus, Roy Lichtenstein Curatorial Fellow at Columbus Museum of Art.
Image: Saul Steinberg, The General (detail), 1970, Lithograph. Museum Purchase, Derby Fund, from the Philip J. and Suzanne Schiller Collection of American Social Commentary Art 1930-1970