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An overview of some of the major art movements of the contemporary period.

An overview of some of the major art movements of the contemporary period.

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    • AContemporary Approach 1945-Now
    • Jackson Pollock, Blue Poles (No. 11), 1952
    • Jackson Pollock, Detail
    • View of Pollocks Paintings at the MOMA
    • Willam de Kooning, Woman 1, 1952
    • Richard HamiltonJust what is it that makes todays homes so different, so appealing? , 1957
    • Roy Lichtenstein Wham! 1963
    • Claes Oldenburg French Fries With Ketchup 1963
    • Andy Warhol Campbells Soup Cans 1962
    • Andy Warhol Marilyn Diptych 1962
    • Frank Stella, Tuxedo Junction, 1960
    • Donald Judd, Stack, 1967
    • Robert Smithson, Spiral Jetty, 1970
    • Allan Kaprow, Yard, 1961
    • Judy Pfaff, N.Y.C. - B. Q. E., 1987
    • Janet Cardiff, 40 Part Motet, 2001
    • Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Wrapped Reichstag, 1971-95
    • Olafur Eliasson, Weather Project, 2003
    • Banksy, 2005