Made in America: Contemporary Paintings and Sculpture from the Norton Simon Museum

Made in America:  Contemporary Paintings and Sculpture from the Norton Simon Museum  takes an exciting look at American Contemporary paintings and sculpture dating from the 1960s and early 1970s. Containing more than 25 examples by eighteen distinguished artists, Made in America  provides an introduction to the diversity and wide range of stylistic approaches, forms and materials that characterize the art created in the United States during this innovative period.

Exclusively drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, this exhibition features paintings and sculpture by John Altoon, Wallace Berman, Llyn Foulkes, Robert Irwin, Donald Judd and Robert Rauschenberg. Among the objects on display are Roy Lichtenstein’s Big Modern Sculpture  (1967), Robert Morris’ minimalist felt-piece, Untitled  (1969), Dan Flavin’s composition of fluorescent light, Untitled  (1969), and Andy Warhol’s silkscreened portrait of Jackie Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy II   (1966).