With bold geometric shapes and vivid colors, the art created in the 1980s has an unmistakable look. But do the asymmetric lines and Day-Glo colors suggest a deeper message than simply artistic playfulness? 1980s Style, currently on view at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, highlights prints, photographs, and jewelry from the museum’s collection by a number of artists, such as Judy Pfaff, Richard Bosman, and Andy Warhol. Taken together, the works reveal a measure of artistic activism — as well as emotional turmoil. Wed.-Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
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