Throughout January, and until the end of April, the free Pop! Goes Boston exhibit takes up residence along the beautiful Fort Point Channel waterfront area and this exhibit is one of the most incredible art Events in Boston. The exhibition features 3 of the greatest past and current Pop artists, and it explores the iconic Pop Art movement with works from Pop pioneer Andy Warhol and other noteworthy artists of the era.
What to do in Boston? Choose The Boston Park Plaza Hotel - A Luxury Boston Hotel located close to Boston Common Park, Boston's Freedom Trail, Boston Shopping, and Events in Boston. In addition to Warhol’s works, on display at Pop! Goes Boston are pieces from the King of Japanese Pop Art, Takashi Murakami, and from French-born Pop illusionist, Philippe Bertho.
At Pop! Goes Boston, you’ll be able to view and learn about each Pop artist’s achievements in the genre of Pop Art through a total of 15 displayed works. The exhibit includes 5 screen prints by Warhol, including Sidewalk, Muhammad Ali, The Marx Brothers, Santa Clause, and Blackglama.
There are 4 of Murakami’s lithographs from the And Then and Then and Then series on display. Serigraphs by Bertho, including Love Pop2, Love Pop3, and Ca Tourne, are available for viewing as well. The Boston Park Plaza Hotel is located just moments away from the acclaimed Martin Lawrence Gallery and the Pop! Goes Boston exhibition.
If you want to view other works of art while you’re visiting Boston, consider that The Boston Park Plaza Hotel - A Luxury Boston Hotel is close to Boston’s Museum of Fine Art, the MIT Museum, and the Institute of Contemporary Art.