Stop Copying Me - Appropriation in Art
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Is originality possible in a work of art? This presentation explores artists who use appropriation in their work.

Is originality possible in a work of art? This presentation explores artists who use appropriation in their work.

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  • 1. Stop Copying Me Appropriation in Art
  • 2. • Changing the technique/media • Changing the context • Parody
  • 3. CHANGING THE TECHNIQUE/MEDIA
  • 4. Malcolm Morley
  • 5. Malcolm Morley
  • 6. Malcolm Morley
  • 7. Malcolm Morley
  • 8. Robert Longo
  • 9. Robert Longo
  • 10. Robert Longo
  • 11. Philip Taaffe
  • 12. Philip Taaffe
  • 13. Philip Taaffe
  • 14. Philip Taaffe
  • 15. Philip Taaffe
  • 16. Glenn Brown
  • 17. Glenn Brown
  • 18. Glenn Brown
  • 19. Glenn Brown
  • 20. Glenn Brown
  • 21. CHANGING THE CONTEXT
  • 22. Jeff Koons
  • 23. Jeff Koons
  • 24. Jeff Koons
  • 25. Jeff Koons
  • 26. Jeff Koons
  • 27. Jeff Koons
  • 28. Jeff Koons
  • 29. Jeff Koons
  • 30. Pierre Bismuth
  • 31. Pierre Bismuth
  • 32. Pierre Bismuth
  • 33. Pierre Bismuth
  • 34. Pierre Bismuth
  • 35. Tom Phillips
  • 36. Tom Phillips
  • 37. Tom Phillips
  • 38. Tom Phillips
  • 39. David Salle
  • 40. David Salle
  • 41. David Salle
  • 42. David Salle
  • 43. Kelley Walker
  • 44. Kelley Walker
  • 45. Kelley Walker
  • 46. Kelley Walker
  • 47. PARODY
  • 48. Marcel Duchamp
  • 49. Picasso???
  • 50. Botero
  • 51. Roy Lichtenstein???
  • 52. Andy Warhol
  • 53. Banksy
  • 54. Deborah Kass
  • 55. Deborah Kass
  • 56. Deborah Kass
  • 57. Deborah Kass
  • 58. Banksy
  • 59. Banksy
  • 60. Banksy
  • 61. Banksy
  • 62. Banksy
  • 63. Robert Colescott
  • 64. Robert Colescott
  • 65. Edoaurd Manet
  • 66. Pablo Picasso
  • 67. Dominique Ingres
  • 68. Mel Ramos
  • 69. Titian
  • 70. Eduoard Manet
  • 71. Mel Ramos
  • 72. Yasumasu Morimura
  • 73. Yasumasu Morimura
  • 74. Yasumasu Morimura
  • 75. Yasumasu Morimura
  • 76. Yasumasu Morimura
  • 77. Yasumasu Morimura
  • 78. Takeaways • Is originality possible or desirable? • Changing the context of an image impacts the meaning. • Appropriation can have as it raison d’ erte both pictorial and conceptual motivations.