POP ART… 1950’S
bold graphic quality,
complex composition and
glorious color
effect of mass media’s
visual dynamics
Andy Warhol…
Campbell’s Soup Can, 1968
Green Pea, 1969
16 Jackies, 1964
Warhol, superficiality and commerciality
James Rosenquist, His specialty is taking
fragmented, oddly disproportionate images and combining, overlapping,
and puttin...
Pop Art…artists wanted to show the
dullness of American consumer
culture…
Sandwich and Soda from the
portfolio Ten Works b...
Keith Haring
socio-political themes
active figures carry strong
messages of life and unity
Roy Lichtenstien
Meat, 1964 George Washington, 1962
He is facinated with converting the
commonplace into art and
humiliati...
Jim Dine
repeated use of familiar and
personally significant objects
Jasper Johns
Bread 1969 Detail Flag, 1968
"things that the mind already knows, things
which are seen and not looked at, no...
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POP ART 1950’S

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - POP ART 1950’S

  • 1. POP ART… 1950’S bold graphic quality, complex composition and glorious color effect of mass media’s visual dynamics
  • 2. Andy Warhol… Campbell’s Soup Can, 1968 Green Pea, 1969 16 Jackies, 1964
  • 3. Warhol, superficiality and commerciality
  • 4. James Rosenquist, His specialty is taking fragmented, oddly disproportionate images and combining, overlapping, and putting them on canvases to create visual stories Gift Wrapped Doll #37, 1997, oil painting White Bread , 1964, is a painting about culture and consumption made at a high point of American consumerism, but it is also a painting about painting, about the application of color to a support and its stunning visual results.
  • 5. Pop Art…artists wanted to show the dullness of American consumer culture… Sandwich and Soda from the portfolio Ten Works by Ten Painters, 1964, Roy Lichtenstien
  • 6. Keith Haring socio-political themes active figures carry strong messages of life and unity
  • 7. Roy Lichtenstien Meat, 1964 George Washington, 1962 He is facinated with converting the commonplace into art and humiliating fine art through commercialization.
  • 8. Jim Dine repeated use of familiar and personally significant objects
  • 9. Jasper Johns Bread 1969 Detail Flag, 1968 "things that the mind already knows, things which are seen and not looked at, not examined.

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