Black and white photo of a man leaning over a work desk.

Jasper Johns, 1966, Courtesy Universal Limited Art Editions. Photo: Ugo Mulas

Weekend Drop-In Tour: Jasper Johns Prints, 1960–2018

Museum of Art Lobby

Free with admission


When Jasper Johns’s paintings of flags and targets debuted in 1958, they brought him instant acclaim and established him as a critical link between Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art. In the ensuing 60 years, Johns has continued to astonish viewers with the beauty and complexity of his paintings, drawings, sculptures, and prints. Today, he is widely considered one of America’s most influential artists.

Join us Saturdays and Sundays for a tour of An Art of Changes: Jasper Johns Prints, 1960–2018 with an expert docent! Go behind the art, ask questions, and learn about Johns’s prolific career as a printmaker.

Just drop in. Meet outside the CMOA Store.


Exhibition Credits

An Art of Changes: Jasper Johns Prints, 1960–2018 is organized by the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. Major support is provided by Judy Dayton and the Prospect Creek Foundation. Additional support is provided by Robert and Rebecca Pohlad and Annette and John Whaley.

The exhibition is curated by Joan Rothfuss, guest curator, Visual Arts, Walker Art Center. Carnegie Museum of Art’s presentation is organized by Eric Crosby, Henry J. Heinz II Acting Director and Richard Armstrong Senior Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art.

Major support for this exhibition is provided by The Virginia Kaufman Fund, the James H. and Idamae B Rich Art Exhibition Endowment, the Bernard S. & Barbara F. Mars Fund, and the Martin G McGuinn Art Exhibition Fund.