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  • 1. Chapter 30What is Pop Art reacting to?What does Pop Art do to change the publicview on art?What is the purpose of Pop?What does High art and Low art mean?Where did Pop develop and where did itbecome most famous?What is a combine?What is a silkscreen?How do these new forms of art change themeaning of art?What is Op art? What is the concept inMinimalism?What is performance art?Who is Fluxus
  • 2. 30.1 Richard Hamilton,Just what is it that makestodays homes so different,so appealing? , 1956
  • 3. 30.2 Jasper Johns, Three Flags , 1958.
  • 4. 30.3 Jasper Johns, Painted Bronze (Ale Cans) , 1960.
  • 5. 30.4 Robert Rauschenberg,Black Market , 1961.
  • 6. 30.5 Robert Rauschenberg,Retroactive I , 1963
  • 7. 30.6 Andy Warhol,Campbell s Soup (Tomato) , 1968.
  • 8. 30.7 Andy Warhol, Elvis I & II , 1964.
  • 9. 30.8 Roy Lichtenstein , Torpedo…Los! , 1963
  • 10. 30.9 Tom Wesselmann, Great American Nude No. 57 , 1964
  • 11. 30.11 George Segal, Portrait of Sidney Janis with Mondrian Painting
  • 12. 30.12 Claes Oldenburg ,Clothespin ,Central Square ,Philadelphia , 1976
  • 13. 30.13 Niki de Saint-Phalle, Black Venus, 1965–67.
  • 14. 30.14 Marisol Escobar, The Last Supper(installed at the Sidney Janis Gallery ), 1982
  • 15. 30.15 Bridget Riley, OP ART
  • 16. 30.16 Donald Judd, Untitled , 1967.
  • 17. 30.17 Dan Flavin, Untitled (in Honor of Harold Joachim), 3 , 1977
  • 18. 30.18 Agnes Martin, Untitled #9 , 1990
  • 19. 30.19 Eva Hesse, Metronomic Irregularity I , 1966.
  • 20. 30.20 Joseph Kosuth, Art as Idea as Idea, 1966
  • 21. 30.22 Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing No. 681 C . A wall divided vertically into four equalsquares separated and bordered by black bands. Within each square, bands in one offour directions, each with color ink washes superimposed , first installation, 1993
  • 22. 30.23 Joseph Beuys, Coyote, I Like America and America Likes Me , 1974