Revolution Of The Eye: Birth Of The CBS EyeModern art and graphic design inspired television production and promotions. Revolution of the Eye features the progressive design campaign of the CBS Television Network as one of the most esteemed of any American corporation.
Revolution Of The Eye: Avant-Garde Art for the MassesSee examples of the innovative work by Rod Serling and Ernie Kovacs, two of television’s greatest impresarios at Revolution of the Eye: Modern Art and the Birth of American Television.
Revolution Of The Eye: Andy Warhol’s Fifteen MinutesAs avant-garde artists in the late 1960s were abandoning commercial television in favor of video art, one artist continued to engage it directly: Andy Warhol.
Revolution Of The Eye: Artists On TVMuseum visitors to Revolution of the Eye will experience rare clips of avant-garde artists such as Salvador Dali and others.
Family Day Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Batman TV SeriesDid you know the 1960s television series Batman was inspired by images and ideas from Pop Art?
Revolution Of The Eye: Modern Art And The Birth Of American TelevisionA new exhibition at the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale travels back to the years from the1940s to the mid-1970s to explore how avant-garde art, with its bold experimentation and creativity, influenced the look and content of early network TV.
Women To Watch: Trend Tracker® With Bonnie ClearwaterFor this edition of “Women to Watch,” Trend Tracker® Tara Gilani spent quality time with Bonnie Clearwater, one of America’s top museum directors.