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Pop opt art

  1. 1. Pop Art
  2. 2. It emerged in the mid 1950s in Britain and in the late 1950s in the United States.
  3. 3. . Drew upon popular art images from newspapers and TV. .Its subject matter followed the non- objetivity of Abstract Expresionism. . Most of the works embrace some kind of realistic subject matter
  4. 4. Richard Hamilton Born in 1922, he is an English painter and collage artist. His collage titled Just What Is It that Makes Today's Homes So Different, So A is considered by critics and historians to be one of the early works of Pop Art.
  5. 5. Jasper Johns He was born in Georgia, USA in 1930 and began drawing when he was 3. Thinking about his life he says: "In the place where I was a child, there were no artists and there was no art, so I really didn't know what that meant. I think I thought it meant that I would be in a situation different than the one that I was in." He painted the American flag in various manifestations, even in poetic shades of gray.
  6. 6. Flag, 1959Flag, 1959 Graphite pencil and graphite wash on paper Graphite pencil and graphite wash on paper and graph
  7. 7. Eduardo Paolozzi • (1924-2005) • Scotish sculptor and artist. • Used juxtaposition of ideas in his work. • Variety of objects and materials. • Precursor of Pop Art movement.
  8. 8. I was a Rich Man’s Plaything (1947)
  9. 9. Claes Oldenburg Swedish - American sculptor born in 1929 in Sweden. He created over-life-sized commonplace things such as lipsticks, baseball bats and shuttlecocks.
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  19. 19. Andy Warhol (1928-1987) American painter, printmaker and filmaker. After a  successful  carreer  as  a  commercial  illustrator,  he  became  famous  for  his  work  as  a  painter,  avant-gard  filmaker,  record  producer, author and member of diverse social circles.  The  highest  price  paid  for  one  of  his  paintings  was  $  100  million for a canvas titled Eight Elvises.   In  1968  he  was  shot  almost  to  death  by  a  woman  who  had  been turned away from his factory.   He  died  in  NY  in  1987  from  a  post-operative  cardiac  arrhythmia.
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  30. 30. Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) Born in New York, he monumentalized common comic strips. He was also influenced by popular advertising. He described Pop Art as "not American painting but actually industrial painting".
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  45. 45. p                              A r t  
  46. 46. Also known as Optical Art, It makes use of optical illusions, It derives from the German  Constructivist School forced to close in  1933 and was based on the relationship  of form and function within framework of  analysis and rationality. Method of painting consisting of the  interaction between illusion and plane, understanding and seeing.  
  47. 47.                  Characteristics Abstract. Black and  Impression of movement Hidden images Flashing and vibration patterns Swelling or warping white
  48. 48.   Artists:
  49. 49. Bridget Louise Riley Born in 1931 in London In 1969 she began to develop her style in  1960:          black and white geometric patterns disorienting effect          sensations: movement and colour                             seasick and sky diving
  50. 50. Visual connections with the period: • Need for audience participation • Mind-body duality notion leading people into drugs • Fear about a nuclear war
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  63. 63. Victor Vasarely (1906-1997) Born in Hungary. Applied graphic art and typographical design. Settled in Paris in 1930. Worked as advertising consultant. After the World War II, he opened an atelier. Produced art and sculpture focused on optical illusions. Geometric abstract works. Various materials. Experimented with textual effects, perspective, shadow & light.
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