“You’re Going on a Trip” opens Sunday, May 28

Organized by writer and independent curator, Michael DuncanYou Are Going On A Trip brings together a selection of highlights from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art’s wide-ranging collection of Modern and Contemporary prints.

Red Grooms, Bicentennial Bandwagon, 1975, From the portfolio, Spirit of Independence, Kent Bicentennial. Screenprint. SBMA, Gift of Lorillard Company.

Focusing on works produced between the 1940s and 1970s, the exhibition presents an eclectic array of works on paper, loosely divided into themes, including dreams, icons, notions of home and travel, history, and images of humans and wildlife, created by artists from the United States and other countries around the world.







Coinciding with the summer — a season typically designated for travel — the exhibition offers the viewer a metaphoric venture to various new destinations. For more information log onto https://www.sbma.net/exhibitions/yagoat