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  Le Pop Art
Pop Art in Britain refers to a group of artists who began appearing on the scene in the mid-1950s.
The term Pop Art was coined by Lawrence Alloway in the late 1950s, to indicate that art has a basis in the popular culture of its day and takes from it a faith in the power of images.
Pop Art is identified as a now concluded period in the history of art.
www.centrepompidou.fr /education/ressources/ENS-Popart-EN/ENS-Popart-EN.htm   (3818 words)

  
  Pop Art - MSN Encarta
Pop Art, visual arts movement of the 1950s and 1960s, principally in the United States and Britain.
The historical antecedents of pop art include the works of Dadaists (see Dada) such as the French artist Marcel Duchamp, as well as a tradition, in U.S. painting of the 19th and early 20th centuries, of trompe l'oeil pictures and other depictions of familiar objects.
The pop art movement itself, however, began as a reaction against the abstract expressionist style of the 1940s and 1950s, which the pop artists considered overly intellectual, subjective, and divorced from reality.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761563978/Pop_Art.html   (617 words)

  
 Pop Art
It was called Pop Art because the subject in the painting was popular.
Pop Art is the object or the subject in the painting that is popular; it is not made out of pop cans.
Pop Art in the United States was an expression of the optimistic spirit of the 1960's.
library.thinkquest.org /J002045F/pop_art.htm   (298 words)

  
  Pop art - Information from Reference.com
Pop art was a visual artistic movement that emerged in the early 1950s in Britain and in parallel in the late 1950's in the United States.
Pop art and Minimalism are considered to be the last Modern art movements and thus the precursors to Contemporary art or Postmodern art.
In Spain, the study of Pop art is associated with the “new figurative,” which arose from the roots of the crisis of informalism.
www.reference.com /search?q=Pop+art   (988 words)

  
  Pop art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pop art was a visual artistic movement that emerged in the late 1950s in England and the United States.
In Spain, the study of Pop art is associated with the “new figurative,” which arose from the roots of the crisis of informalism.
Eduardo Arroyo could be said to fit within the Pop art trend, on account of his interest in the environment, his critique of our media culture which incorporates icons of both mass media communication and the history of painting, and his scorn for nearly all established artistic styles.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pop_art   (1105 words)

  
 Pop art
Pop Art brought art back to the material realities of everyday life, to popular culture (hence ``pop''), in which ordinary people derived most of their visual pleasure from television, magazines, or comics.
In Pop Art, the epic was replaced with the everyday and the mass-produced awarded the same significance as the unique; the gulf between ``high art'' and ``low art'' was eroding away.
The term ``Pop Art'' was first used by the English critic Lawrence Alloway in a 1958 issue of Architectural Digest to describe those paintings that celebrate post-war consumerism, defy the psychology of Abstract Expressionism, and worship the god of materialism.
www.jahsonic.com /PopArt.html   (910 words)

  
 Pop Art Movement
Pop Art was one of the United States' major artistic movements of the 20th century - aside from Abstract Expressionism, it was probably the biggest.
Pop art was the medium that made real the breaking down of barriers that had existed for hundreds of hears between high (old-fashioned) art and mass culture.
Pop art is lots of things that high-art isn't - it's mass-produced, it is expendable, it is low-cost, glamorous, witty and encourages big bucks, bright lights and big celebrities - there's no sign of the impoverished artist slaving away in a tiny studio in this movement.
www.getpopart.com /pop-art.html   (567 words)

  
 glbtq >> arts >> Pop Art
Pop Art is the school of painting and sculpture of the early 1960s that utilized the subjects, techniques, or stylistic conventions of the mass media and popular culture, either separately or in tandem with each other.
As one of the hallmarks of postmodernity, this erasure of qualitative distinctions suggests that Pop is among the earliest manifestations of the postmodern.
Pop has subsequently had a significant influence on later art and artists, opening the doors for everything from Photorealism in the 1970s to the ironic examination of the mundane that has dominated much contemporary art.
glbtq.com /arts/pop_art.html   (1087 words)

  
 Le Pop Art   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pop Art in Britain refers to a group of artists who began appearing on the scene in the mid-1950s.
The term Pop Art was coined by Lawrence Alloway in the late 1950s, to indicate that art has a basis in the popular culture of its day and takes from it a faith in the power of images.
Pop Art is identified as a now concluded period in the history of art.
www.cnac-gp.fr /education/ressources/ENS-Popart-EN/ENS-Popart-EN.htm   (3818 words)

  
 Pop art Summary
Pop art developed in the turbulent cultural milieu of the early 1960s as a response to the brooding intellectual and emotional aspects of abstract expressionism.
In the end, pop art may have been, as the poet and critic Frank O'Hara called it, merely a "put on." Nevertheless, it was important in that it facilitated the examination of the effects of consumerism on human thought, emotion, and creativity.
Pop art was a visual artistic movement that emerged in the mid 1950s in England and later in the United States.
www.bookrags.com /Pop_art   (2999 words)

  
 Pop Art - MSN Encarta
The images of Pop Art (an abbreviation of “popular art”) were taken from mass culture.
The historical antecedents of Pop Art include the work of Dadaists such as the French artist Marcel Duchamp, as well as a tradition, in US painting of the 19th and early 20th centuries, of trompe l'oeil pictures and other depictions of familiar objects.
The Pop Art movement itself, however, began as a reaction against the Abstract Expressionist style of the 1940s and 1950s, which the Pop Artists considered over-intellectual, subjective, and divorced from reality.
uk.encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761563978/Pop_Art.html   (618 words)

  
 glbtq >> arts >> Pop Art
Pop Art is the school of painting and sculpture of the early 1960s that utilized the subjects, techniques, or stylistic conventions of the mass media and popular culture, either separately or in tandem with each other.
As one of the hallmarks of postmodernity, this erasure of qualitative distinctions suggests that Pop is among the earliest manifestations of the postmodern.
Pop has subsequently had a significant influence on later art and artists, opening the doors for everything from Photorealism in the 1970s to the ironic examination of the mundane that has dominated much contemporary art.
www.glbtq.com /arts/pop_art.html   (1066 words)

  
 Pop Art Art - Artists, Artworks and Biographies
Pop Art shattered the divide between the commercial arts and the fine arts.
The Pop Art movement originated in England in the 1950s and traveled overseas to the United States during the 1960s.
Pop Art made commentary on contemporary society and culture, particularly consumerism, by using popular images and icons and incorporating and re-defining them in the art world.
www.wwar.com /masters/movements/pop_art.html   (371 words)

  
 "Basic Knowledge on Pop Art Paintings", an article at Holistic Junction
Pop art was an art movement that initially occurred in the United States of America in the early sixties.
Their pop art paintings were characterized by their original display of popular culture's symbols: advertisements, media images or even comic strips.
Although the pop art movement was popular and influential it proved to lack the strength of completely supplant the abstract expressionism, but it determined the birth of two new schools of abstraction: color-field painting and minimalist art.
www.holisticjunction.com /articles/4916.html   (435 words)

  
 ArtandCulture Movement: Pop Art   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The term Pop art first appeared in a 1958 article written by British critic Lawrence Alloway, which described the influence of mass media on the arts.
Pop art, the phenomenon, became huge in the 1960s, but the blending of media and art was already happening in 1950s.
London was ground zero for Pop art, and it didn't take hold of the American consciousness until a 1962 show, “The New Realists,” was mounted at New York's Sidney Janis Gallery.
www.artandculture.com /cgi-bin/WebObjects/ACLive.woa/wa/movement?id=1030   (403 words)

  
 Pop Art: Tutte le informazioni su Pop Art su Encyclopedia.it   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pop Art: Tutte le informazioni su Pop Art su Encyclopedia.it
La corrente artistica denominata Pop Art si manifesta soprattutto negli Stati Uniti alla fine degli anni '50 e in seguito (inizialmente) in Gran Bretagna, confermando gli stretti rapporti tra i paesi capitalisticamente più avanzati e questa manifestazione artistica che prende spunto soprattutto dagli oggetti quotidiani e comuni (per l'appunto "popular").
Sul piano dell'evoluzione del costume la Pop Art ha segnato fortemente campi adiacenti all'arte come l'arredamento, la moda, il gusto estetico diffuso.
www.encyclopedia.it /p/po/pop_art.html   (249 words)

  
 WebMuseum: Pop Art
Pop Art brought art back to the material realities of everyday life, to popular culture (hence ``pop''), in which ordinary people derived most of their visual pleasure from television, magazines, or comics.
Pop Art emerged in the mid 1950s in England, but realized its fullest potential in New York in the '60s where it shared, with Minimalism, the attentions of the art world.
In Pop Art, the epic was replaced with the everyday and the mass-produced awarded the same significance as the unique; the gulf between ``high art'' and ``low art'' was eroding away.
www.ibiblio.org /wm/paint/tl/20th/pop-art.html   (263 words)

  
 Pop Art
"Pop, like most art historical labels, is a convenience for critics and historians but an irrelevance and an irritant for most of the artists to whom it has been applied", Livingstone writes in his introduction.
Pop artists, especially in America, have a preference for centralized composition and for flat areas of unmodulated and unmixed color bound by hard edges.
Pop concentrates on the contemporary subject-matter integral to the ready-made sources the artists have used.
www.cosmopolis.ch /english/cosmo12/popart.htm   (1159 words)

  
 :: debart :: Pop art gallery
Each original pop art painting offered for sale is individually hand painted on quality, multi-primed, pure cotton canvas, stretched over a hardwood frame with tensioning pegs in each corner.
Pop art originated in the UK during the 1950s and later migrated across the Atlantic to the USA in the 1960s.
This art form can be considered as a rejection of abstract expressionism and its aims were to return to figurative art incorporating themes and techniques from mass culture.
www.debart.co.uk   (412 words)

  
 Pop Art Art - Artists, Artworks and Biographies
Pop Art shattered the divide between the commercial arts and the fine arts.
The Pop Art movement originated in England in the 1950s and traveled overseas to the United States during the 1960s.
Pop Art made commentary on contemporary society and culture, particularly consumerism, by using popular images and icons and incorporating and re-defining them in the art world.
wwar.com /masters/movements/pop_art.html   (371 words)

  
 Pop Art Paintings & Artworks by Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Jasper Johns, and Other Painters & Artists - Fine Art ...
The Pop Art art movement arose in the 1950's and 1960's, primarily in New York City and has been called either a reaction against or a continuation of the Abstract Expressionism art movement.
The Pop Art movement has also been termed as Neo-Dada and was clearly influenced by the Dada-ist artists, particularly the "found objects" of Marcel Duchamp.
He began studying art at the age of 16 in summer art classes, taught by Reginald Marsh, held by the Art Students League of New York, and later attended Ohio State University, where he later became an art instructor.
www.callihan.com /art/popart.html   (612 words)

  
 POP ART: US/UK Connections
Pop Art: US/UK Connections 1956-1996 examines the critical transatlantic cultural exchange that led to the decade-long development of classic Pop Art.
While Pop Art drew its influences from many sources, including abstract and figurative modes in painting and advertising, assemblage, and early happenings, it is these mass cultural influences that are the most crucial.
Pop Art: US/UK Connections 1956-1996 is the first major American publication focusing on how a dialogue between British and American artists provided the genesis of Pop Art.
www.artbook.com /377571023x.html   (282 words)

  
 pop art design   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pop art was an artistic movement that emerged in the late 1950s in England and the United States.
Pop art, like pop music, aimed to incorporate popular as opposed to elitist culture into art, and targeted a broad audience.
When you're after high-class information about pop art design, you will find it hard unscrambling quality information from unprofessional pop art design proposals and guidance so it is important to recognize how to judge the information you are offered.
www.net-sights.com /pop-art/pop-art-design.htm   (363 words)

  
 Pop Art movement popular culture
Pop Art is a direct descendant of Dadaism in the way it mocks the established art world by appropriating images from the street, the supermarket, the mass media, and presents it as art in itself.
Pop Art owed much to dada in the way it mocked the established art world.
By embracing commercial techniques, and creating slick, machine-produced art, the Pop artists were setting themselves apart from the painterly, inward-looking tendencies of the Abstract Expressionist movement that immediately preceded them.
www.polkadolka.com /pop_art.htm   (363 words)

  
 ArtLex on Pop Art
Pop artists have focused attention upon familiar images of the popular culture such as billboards, comic strips, magazine advertisements, and supermarket products.
By the 1960s the popularity of paint-by-numbers had thoroughly dismayed art critics — just the thing to tempt Andy Warhol to embrace it as Pop Art subject matter.
The Pop Art issue (number 3) came out in December 1966, having been designed by Andy Warhol and David Dalton, and containing pieces by Lou Reed, John Cale, Timothy Leary, Robert Rosenquist, Claes Oldenburg, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, and others.
www.artlex.com /ArtLex/p/popart.html   (996 words)

  
 pop art — Infoplease.com
Pop art's beat goes on: modern-day pop artists, inspired by renowned masters from the 1960s and '70s, bring joy in difficult times.......
From noise to Beuys: Bennett Simpson on art and pop music.(Sound)
A pop legend's 15 minutes of fame live on; the art world continues its fascination with the genius of Andy Warhol, who would have......
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 Pop Art
Pop art brilliantly blended the banal and the mythic, creating the most genuinely popular movement in modern art.
The serious and provocative intent of Pop artists is no longer in doubt, and it is now clear that Pop exerted a strong influence on subsequent developments in art.
Pop's open attitude to subject matter, style, and technique eliminated dichotomies between high and low art, representation and abstraction, and between the small world of art experts and a wide enthusiastic public.
www.wwnorton.com /thamesandhudson/new/fall00/528240.htm   (275 words)

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