Art Business News has named ¡ORALE! Kings and Queens of Cool at the Harwood Museum one of the top 20 art exhibitions of this past year. The four-part exhibition celebrates the post-pop art movement of West Coast surfer, street and car cultures, as well as Hispano expressions of northern New Mexico. With more than 300 works by 150 artists including Dennis Larkins, David Singer, Alton Kelley, Lee Conklin, Stanley Mouse, Wes Wilson, & Winston Smith, the exhibit highlights graffiti, tattoos, post-pop illustrations, pinstriping and rock poster art, subverting ideas of “lowbrow art” and celebrating the “outsiders” of creation. See the complete list at artbusinessnews.com.
The exhibition is running until Sunday, January 25, 2015. HarwoodMuseum.org.