Postmodernism by Abby Everitt

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Postmodernism by Abby Everitt

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

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