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The Pop Art movement of the 1960s was largely a boy's game, though a few female artists managed to elbow their way in. Marjorie Strider was one such figure, though she'd been largely forgotten until a survey of women Pop artists at the Brooklyn Museum brought her work back into the public eye. This exhibition is her first New York solo show in 15 years, and features more than 40 artworks dating form the 1960s until today. Look for 1963's Green Triptych, Strider's tongue-in-cheek take on beach-bunny cheesecake.