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FINE ARTS: POP ART

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Florendo, Sharmaine
Mata, Denny Lane
Requidan, Vaughn Llewellyn
Sulapas, Irish Anna Lou Modern Art: POP ART TIMELINE because ORIGINS and INFLUENCES Art Can be Made From Anything Aims, Philosophy and Methods British Pop Artists FAMOUS POP ARTISTS also called as POP ART describe a new form of "Popular" art - a movement characterized by the imagery of British Pop-Art emerged from within the consumerism and popular culture an art movement in the late 1950s and 1960s that reflected everyday life and common objects Independent Group (self-portrait as Audrey Hepburn)
(1996) FAMOUS NEO-POP ARTISTS Pop-art was often scorned by critics for its low-brow focus.The main critics of Pop Art were the Abstract Impressionists/Expressionists, who were popular just before Pop Art took over in popularity. Pop Art definitely broke the hegemony of the Abstract Expressionism in Europe and United States that occupied center art stage in 1950's-1960.
More importantly, Pop-art was (and still is) one of the most popular styles of art, which succeeded in getting through to the general public in a way that few modern art movements did - or have done since. And art collectors like it, too. For example, the painting "False Start" (1959) By Jasper Johns and the work "Green Car Crash" (1963) (synthetic polymer, silkscreen ink and acrylic on linen) by Andy Warhol. CRITICS versus the PUBLIC and COLLECTORS Pop art was a reaction against post- painterly abstraction NEO POP ART Instant Meaning The Idea is More Important Than the Work of Art Itself A More Inclusive and More Relevant Style of Art Holding the Mirror Up to Society Postmodernist Tendencies was not "connecting" with either the general public, or with many artists. the emergence of Pop-art was similar to the rise of Dada and its broader based successor and its broader based successor Surrealism Pop-art was defined by external consumerist forces the realist painter of urban America, Edward Hopper The critic Hal Foster has anatomized Pop art as: Concepts and Styles first he locates in the 'tabular' images of Richard Hamilton epitomized by the screened images of Roy Lichtenstein exemplified by the imagery of trauma, death and disaster in the work of Andy Warhol Gerhard Richter's marriage of photography and painting the importance of Ed Ruscha in developing an imagery that responded to the visual landscape of Los Angeles The subject matter itself distances pop art from that of the abstract expressionists. CHARACTERISTICS The subject matter itself distances pop art from that of the abstract expressionists. Visual treatments (that is, practices that they utilized for effect or statement). "Shock Pop-Art" it is more of a repetition also draw inspiration from Minimalism, Conceptual Art, Photorealism, Installation/Performance Art and more FAMOUS NEO-POP ARTISTS Jeff Koons known for his Neo-Pop kitsch style of avant-garde art "Michael Jackson and Bubbles" (1988) "Puppy" (1992) www.dailyartfixx.com "New Hoover Convertibles, Green, Red, Brown, New Shelton Wet/Dry 10 Gallon Displaced Doubledecker" (1981-7) www.tate.org.uk Peter Blake Self portrait with Badges (1961) changed the concept of appropriation and the ready made through the techniques of 'sampling' and 'remixing' www.tate.org.uk www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk Yasumasa Morimura appropriates universally well known images derived from art history, mass media and pop culture to create unconventional and bold self-portrait renderings in photography, performance and video. His ability to satirize and simultaneously create an homage of his source material is what makes Morimura's work particularly forceful and effective. Portrait Twin (1988) www.morimura-ya.com Mona Lisa In Its Origins, 1998 www.luhringaugustine.com Mona Lisa In The Third Place, 1998 www.luhringaugustine.com Mona Lisa In The Third Place, 1998 www.luhringaugustine.com FAMOUS NEO-POP ARTISTS www.dailyartfixx.com Rabbit (1986) www.balloonhq.com Popples (1988) www.tate.org.uk Illustration to the cover of 'Face Dances' (1981) painter of urban realist subjects
pioneer of 'Pop Art'
was influenced by American realist painters
His paintings from 1950s included imagery from advertisements, music hall entertainment, and wrestlers, often including collaged elements The Toy Shop (1962) J. A. (1969) www.tate.org.uk Portrait of David Hockney in a Hollywood Spanish Interior (1965) www.tate.org.uk www.tate.org.uk Daniel Edwards Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band original collage (1967) www.tate.org.uk Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band sleeve (1967) www.tate.org.uk an American sculptor whose pieces address celebrity and popular culture in ways that have often stirred controversy On the Balcony (1955-7) www.tate.org.uk www.arthistoryarchive.com Monument to Pro-Life: The Birth of Sean Preston (Britney Spears) (2006) Bust of Hillary Rodham Clinton (2006) www.arthistoryarchive.com Prince Harry Dead in Iraq War Memorial (2007) www.arthistoryarchive.com Paris Hilton Autopsy (2007) www.english.peopledaily.com.cn Katharina Fritsch FAMOUS NEO-POP ARTISTS work is marked by a sarcastic humor in which she examines the world of everyday life, tourism and consumption Richard Hamilton Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi Four Self Portraits - 05.3.81 www.tate.org.uk My Marilyn (1965) www.tate.org.uk Just what was it that made yesterday's homes so different, so appealing? (1992) www.tate.org.uk Just what was it that made today's homes so different? (1992) www.tate.org.uk Towards a definitive statement on the coming trends in men's wear and accessories (a) Together let us explore the stars (1962) www.tate.org.uk $he (1958-61) www.tate.org.uk Swingeing London 67 - poster (1967-8) www.tate.org.uk www.phaidon.com American Pop Artists Mann und Maus / Man and Mouse (1991-92) mouseinterrupted.files.wordpress.com Jasper Johns Roy Lichtenstein Andy Warhol abstract expressionism www.fondationbeyeler.ch conorsaysboom.wordpress.com Dirty: Jeff on Top (1991) Rat-King (1993) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Rat_King.jpg Pistol (2006) collections.walkerart.org OTHER POP ARTISTS POP ART American British Jim Dine
Robert Indiana
Alex Katz
Claes Oldenburg
Robert Rauschenberg
James Rosenquist
Edward Ruscha Patrick Caulfield
David Hockney
Allen Jones Ashley Bickerton,
Rah Crawford,
Keith Haring,
Damien Hirst,
Gary Hume,
Mark Kostabi,
Yngvar Larsen, OTHER NEO POP ARTISTS Allan McCollum,
Komar and Melamid,
Cady Noland,
Charles Ray,
Kenny Scharf,
Haim Steinbach,
Gavin Turk. www.biography.com Michelangelo's David (?1987) Seen by many as the High Priest of Pop-art a leading figure in Pop Art Warhol's art revolved around iconography made famous through TV, newsfilm-clips and advertising rweing.wordpress.com Banana (1966) Campbell's Soup I: Black Bean,(1968) allposters.com Electric Chair, (1964) www.tate.org.uk www.tate.org.uk Cyclops (1957) www.tate.org.uk Marilyn Diptych,(1962) www.popfi.com Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog (1985) www.tate.org.uk Sack-o-sauce (1948) www.tate.org.uk 22. Wind Tunnel Test (1972) www.tate.org.uk (1924-2005) sculptor, collagist, printmaker, filmmaker and writer
late 1940s: made various sculptures inspired by Surrealism, and produced a number of collages, which blend the incongruous juxtapositions of Surrealism with Paolozzi's interest in images of modern machinery
1950s: concentrated on the human form, representing it as brutalised and anguished. In his sculptures he incorporated impressions made by machine and other metal parts into the wax maquettes, which were then cast in bronze
early 1960s: developed a new way of creating his sculpture by collaborating with industrial engineering firms and eventually using aluminium
1970s: experimented with wood in a number of abstract relief works using an intricate network of geometric and biomorphic elements
1980s were a number of mutilated heads appearing as if badly pieced together from sections. The head was also the subject of collages and other sculptural works of the decade www.tate.org.uk b. 1932 A co-founder of the Independent Group at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, the artist discussion group that engendered Pop-art in Britain
He was one of the prime practitioners of the critic Lawrence Alloway's theory of a 'fine/pop art continuum'. (1922-2011) b. 1930 leading Pop-artist with an instantly recognizable style, his works turned comic-strip graphics into an international art form
1950s: began as an abstract artist American painter and printmaker, forerunner of Pop art, who uses commonplace emblematic images such as flags or numbers as the starting-point for works of great richness and complexity

"Art is much less important than life, but what a poor life without it.” -Jasper Johns 0 through 9 (1961) www.tate.org.uk Untitled (1992) www.tate.org.uk Flag (1955) www.tate.org.uk www.jasper-johns.org Numbers in Color (1958-59) www.arthistory.about.com (1928-1987) Self-portrait, 1967 www.tate.org.uk www.framedcanvasart.com Self-portrait, 1986 www.tate.org.uk (1923-1997) American Pop artist; painter, lithographer and sculptor. Whaam! (1963) www.tate.org.uk Brushstroke (1965) www.tate.org.uk Set of Dinnerware Objects- Dinner Plate, Soup Dish, Salad Plate, Side Plate, Saucer, Cup, 1966 www.tate.org.uk en.wikipedia.org Interior with Waterlilies (1991) www.tate.org.uk
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