‘This Spring Ritual, This Frenzy of Buying’: A Weekend With LACMA’s Collectors Committee as It Votes on Acquisitions

‘This Spring Ritual, This Frenzy of Buying’: A Weekend With LACMA’s Collectors Committee as It Votes on Acquisitions

By Catherine G. Wagley for ARTNEWS

April 18, 2016

Hollis Taggart Galleries places sculpture by important female Pop artist, Idelle Weber in LACMA’s permanent collection.

Chrysler Museum Acquires Original “Mad Men” Painting by Neglected Pop Artist Idelle Weber

Chrysler Museum Acquires Original “Mad Men” Painting by Neglected Pop Artist Idelle Weber

September 30, 2013

Hollis Taggart Galleries places three works by female Pop artist Idelle Weber in the Chrysler Museum of Art's permanent collection including Weber's monumental work Munchkins, I, II, & III (1964).

ON-CAMPUS POP ART EXHIBITION GOES BEYOND WARHOL

ON-CAMPUS POP ART EXHIBITION GOES BEYOND WARHOL

By Dana Sorkin for The College Voice

April 8, 2013

Review of Pop Goes The Easel At Lyman Allyn Museum. Hollis Taggart artists Idelle Weber and Marjorie Strider are included in this exhibition.

Art pops off the walls at Lyman Allyn

Art pops off the walls at Lyman Allyn

By Kristina Dorsey for The Day

March 17, 2013

Review of Pop Goes The Easel At Lyman Allyn Museum. Hollis Taggart artists Idelle Weber and Marjorie Strider are included in this exhibition.

'Pop Goes The Easel' At Lyman Allyn In New London

'Pop Goes The Easel' At Lyman Allyn In New London

By Susan Dunne for The Hartford Courant

March 14, 2013

Review of Pop Goes The Easel At Lyman Allyn Museum. Hollis Taggart artists Idelle Weber and Marjorie Strider are included in this exhibition.

MARJORIE STRIDER AND IDELLE WEBER at the Lyman Allyn Museum

MARJORIE STRIDER AND IDELLE WEBER at the Lyman Allyn Museum

'Pop Goes the Easel: Pop Art and its Progeny'

March 2013


March 2 through August 10, 2013

Pop Goes the Easel explores Pop Art of the 1960s and its impact on painting, printmaking, and sculpture in the decades that followed. Curated by Dr. Barbara Zabel, Professor Emeritus of Art History at Connecticut College, this exhibition includes works by the male Pop artists Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Indiana, and Roy Lichtenstein, as well as works by women artists who received less attention, including Idelle Weber, Marjorie Strider, and Niki de Saint Phalle.