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Transcript of POP ART
-The precursor to the pop art
-Gathering of young artists
-Series of collages titled
+material of "found objects"
+represented American popular culture
Image by Tom Mooring
-Its greatest impetus during the 1960s
-American advertising had adopted many elements and inflections of modern art and functioned at a very sophisticated level
-Artists had to search deeper for dramatic styles
-More bold and aggressive than british
-Emerged in the mid-1950s in Britain and in 1950s in the United States
-Material is visually removed
-Ideas of abstract expressionism
Campbell's Soup Cans labels
by Andy Warhol
-Impersonal, mundane reality, irony and parody
-"Painterly looseness" of Abstract Expressionism
-Irony and parody
-More focused on the dynamic and paradoxical imagery of American popular culture
-Change patterns of life
-They improved prosperity of the society
-Repudiation of Dadaism
-Parodies in a soft manner
-Materials: oil and Magna paint
(1963), Museum of Modern Art, New York
- Arthur Danto: "the nearest thing to a philosophical genius the history of art has produced"
-More than an artistic style, a life style
-Lack of human affectation
-Dispenses the irony and parody
-The relationship between artistic expression, celebrity culture and advertisement that flourished by the 1960s
The Andy Warhol Museum
·Created by John Pascher in 1971
·Influence of Kali (hinduism)
·Wrong thoughts: Andy Warhol
·Victoria and Albert museum
THE INDEPENDENT GROUP
“Face to face with him, the first thing you were aware of was the size of his lips and his mouth,”
·Also worked for: The Who, Judas Priest, Jimmy Hendrix...
-Born in 7th March 1924, Scotland
-He studied at the Edinburgh College of Art, Saint Martin's School of Art, University College London
-Paris: Giacometti, Arp, Brâncusi...
-Period of important influence
I was a Rich Man's Plaything (1947)
-Teacher at the Central School of Art and Design in London
-1950s he concentrated on the human form
-1970s experiments with wood
-Awarded the CBE in 1968
-Gave the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art most of his works
-Died in april 2005