6. Roy Lichtenstein Outdoors and In
You will find Roy Lichtenstein outdoors and in this month. First at Plaza 33, a pedestrian plaza on 33rd Street next to Penn Station includes a Roy Lichtenstein sculpture on the corner of Seventh Avenue.
Then, “Roy Lichtenstein: Greene Street Mural” is a full-scale replica of an original mural painting by Lichtenstein in 1983 that was shown at the Castelli Gallery on Greene Street. It was destroyed at the conclusion of the exhibit, as planned. The replica has been created, under the supervision of his former studio assistant, and in keeping with tradition, will also be destroyed at the conclusion of this exhibit. This 96-foot wall painting will be shown at the Gagosian Gallery, 555 West 24th Street from September 10th through October 17th. Opening Reception September 10th from 6 pm to 8 pm.