Over the years, TIME Magazine has used its iconic cover space to depict the people and events that have shaped our society. Realizing that the cover of a magazine is where the story begins, TIME has relied on a wide variety of artists, from relatively unknown cover illustrators to artistic icons like Andy Warhol, Leroy Neiman, Roy Lichtenstein, and Gerald Scarfe to create the long-lasting impressions that stay with the reader long after the specific events have faded from memory.
Moments in TIME explores the choices of medium and style used by these artists to influence our perceptions through a remarkable collection of TIME Magazine covers from the 1960s and 70s, each hand-signed by the news-maker depicted.
The Trout Museum of Art
Fox Cities Building for the Arts
111 W. College Avenue
Appleton, WI 54911
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Admission varies by Exhibit.