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Photomontage ...

USFP Visual Art & Design
by

Carli Baker-Barnes

on 13 February 2015

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Transcript of Photomontage ...

Max Ernst also produced photomontages. They were both members of an Art group called the Dadaists.

Photomontage ...
Artists such as Picasso used montage and collage effects to create work. In the 1950’s and 1960’s we saw a revival of photomontage work in the Pop Art movement. Artists included Andy Warhol, Richard Hamilton, Robert Rauschenburg and
Peter Blake.

Then, in the 1970’s and early 80’s, Punk Rock revived the photomontage techniques, many of these were designed by Jamie Reid who was the graphic designer behind the Sex Pistols images and record cover designs…
The art of making images from images which already exist
Photomontage has existed since the first person decided to cut up images and use them to create a different image. The first artist to do this was Hannah Hoch. This was in 1914.

Other important artists in this group
were Raoul Hausmann, Georges Grosz
and John Heartfield.
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