The Caithness Arts Index has posted the following article:

What Makes An Artwork Iconic?

In 1980, the National Galleries of Scotland bought a painting by American pop artist Roy Lichtenstein for 100,000, and were greeted with uproar that so much money had been spent on a comic book. From its controversial origins, how has 'In The Car' become such an iconic artwork? In this new series of six films, Questions about Art, we'll explore some frequent musings about art - using questions asked by our audiences. [Read Full Article]