The Beat Generation

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We look at the influence of the Beats on art, which includes Neo-Dada and Proto-Pop art.

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The Beat Generation

  1. 1. The Beat Generation 1955-1965
  2. 2. Robert Rauschenerg, Bed , 1955
  3. 3. Robert Rauschenerg, Odalisk , 1955
  4. 4. Robert Rauschenerg, Canyon , 1959
  5. 5. Genpei Akasegawa, Impound Object , 1963
  6. 6. Jasper Johns, Flag , 1955
  7. 7. Jasper Johns, Target with Plaster Casts , 1955
  8. 8. Jasper Johns, Numbers in Color , 1958
  9. 9. Jasper Johns, Ballantine Ale , 1960
  10. 10. Louise Nevelson, Sky Cathedral , 1958
  11. 11. Jim Dine, Five Ft. of Colorful Tools , 1962
  12. 12. Claes Oldenberg, The Street , Performance, 1960
  13. 13. George Segal, Seated Man , 1961
  14. 14. John Chamberlain, Nutcracker , 1958
  15. 15. Marisol, The Family , 1963
  16. 16. Edward Paolozzi, I Was A Rich Man's Plaything , 1947
  17. 17. Edward Paolozzi, Untitled , 1957
  18. 18. Richard Hamilton Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing? , 1957

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