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  • 1. POSTMODERNISM
    1960s-Present
    By: Abby Everitt
  • 2. Postmodern Artists
    John Baldessari
    Andy Warhol
    Yasumasa Morimura
  • 3. Postmodernism
    Considered a sub-group of contemporary art.
    Grew out of rejection for modern art.
    Believes modern art is too strict.
    The movement also believes that all artistic media have been explored, therefore frivolity is really the only thing left.
  • 4. Postmodernism continued
    Growing technology and consumerism play a huge part in postmodernism.
    Since everything has been explored and now art has lost it’s “value”, Postmodernism is often ironic, paradoxical and humorous.
    Artists influenced largely by pop culture, gender and consumerism.
    Seeks to abandon traditional ways of modernism, and make statement about mass culture and consumer society.
    Considered extremely liberal and freeform, whereas modernism is considered conservative.
  • 5. John Baldessari 1994 Money with Space Between
  • 6. Yasumasa Morimura 1998 Mona Lisa in the Third Place
  • 7. Andy Warhol 1982 $