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  • 1. POP ART Pedro Rocha English 2012/2013
  • 2. Before Pop Art… Pablo Ruiz Picasso, The Young Ladies of Edvard Munch, The Scream, Avignon, 1907. 1893. Modernism Piet Moundrian, Composition with Yellow, Blue and Red, 1921.
  • 3. Before Pop Art… «Degenerate» World War II «Bourgeois– fascist» Many intellectuals who escaped from the war in Europe, were welcomed and sponsored in United States. Example: A. Einstein; Salvador Dalí; (…)
  • 4. The Origins… Pop Art emerged in the mid1950’s in Britain and in US in the end of the 50’s. In this collage, the word “Pop” makes it first apperance. Shortly thereafter, the movement was named Pop Art. Eduardo Paolozzi, I was a Rich Man’s Plaything, 1947
  • 5. What is Pop Art? POP ART Pop Art is an art movement, which uses the imagery, styles, and themes of advertising, mass media, and popular culture. Inspiration and ideas for Pop Art paintings were drawn from the commercial and consumer aspects of everyday life, particularly in American culture. Pop Art paintings are easy to interpret, They do not have hidden symbolism. And this type of art is available to everyone.
  • 6. Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing?, Richard Hamilton Is one of the earliest works to be considered "pop art".
  • 7. Marilyn Diptych, Andy Warhol The work was completed during the weeks after Marilyn Monroe's death in August 1962. It contains fifty images of the actress, which are all based on a single publicity photograph from the film Niagara (1953).
  • 8. Green Coca-Cola Bottles, Andy Warhol
  • 9. Campbell's Soup Cans, Andy Warhol
  • 10. Drowning Girl, Roy Lichtenstein (1963)
  • 11. Whaam! ,Roy Lichtenstein (1963)
  • 12. Still Life #20, Tom Wesselmann (1962)
  • 13. Great American Nude No. 98, Tom Wesselmann
  • 14. The End