Pop Art brings summer feelings to the Wilhelm Hack Museum in Ludwigshafen

The Wilhelm-Hack-Museum in Ludwigshafen is showing a smart exhibition with works of Pop Art under the title “Good Vibrations”. A lot of color and summer themes are in the foreground.

Have you not received your holiday mail for a long time? Say no more – we got you 📬 ⛱🙌🏻 Tomorrow, Saturday, our special piece “Good Vibrations. Summer in Pop Art” starts. In addition to screen prints from ex. Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein or David Hockney also have various objects such as watermelons made of foam by Piero Gilardi, bathing shoes in a glass by Dieter Reick or holiday greetings like this postcard from Dieter Glasmacher. So, pack your bathing suit, put an air mattress under your arm, put on a breathing mask and take off to the Wilhelm Hack Museum! Dieter Glasmacher, postcard, 1970, screen print (both sides), 59 x 84 cm, Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2020 __________________________ @dglasmacher #wilhelmhackmuseum #whm #kabinettstueck #goodvibrations #sommerinderpopart #popart #sammlungbeck #dieterglasmacher # holiday greetings #postcard #museendiscover #ludwigshafen

wilhelmhackmuseum, Instagram, June 5th, 2020, 10:59 am

The around 50 works by American and European Pop Art artists from the in-house collection are intended to reflect people’s desire for freedom during the Corona period. Objects, graphics and images can be seen, for example two series of Flower prints by Andy Warhol. An exhibition that above all puts you in a good mood.

The exhibition “Good Vibrations: Summer in Pop-Art” runs in the Wilhelm-Hack-Museum in Ludwigshafen from 6.6.-13.9.2020. On September 3rd, the SWR Kulturservice is offering a guided tour through the exhibition.

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