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Pop to popism

Author: Wayne TunnicliffeAnneke JaspersMichael DesmondChris McAuliffeAnn StephenAll authors
Publisher: Sydney, Australia : Art Gallery of New South Wales, [2014] ©2014
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : US editionView all editions and formats
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This generously illustrated volume looks at Pop art from an international perspective from its beginnings in the 1950s to its revitalization in the 1980s. Lichtenstein, Warhol, Hamilton, and Hockney are names most often associated with the Pop art movement. But, as this richly illustrated history of the movement reveals, Pop extended beyond Great Britain and America, and lasted past the 1960s. Moving from continent  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
History
Exhibitions
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wayne Tunnicliffe; Anneke Jaspers; Michael Desmond; Chris McAuliffe; Ann Stephen; Justin Paton; Art Gallery of New South Wales,
ISBN: 9783791381329 3791381326
OCLC Number: 898529960
Notes: Catalog of the exhibition "'Pop to popism" held at Art Gallery of New South Wales, November 1, 2014-March 1, 2015.
Description: 325 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 31 cm
Contents: Pop to popism / Wayne Tunnicliffe --
The future is now : origins of pop art / Wayne Tunnicliffe --
When Britain went pop : British pop art / Michael Desmond --
A brand new world : American pop art / Chris McAuliffe --
What was Euro pop? : European pop art / Ann Stephen --
'The easel did not go pop: it went bang!' : Australian pop art / Wayne Tunnicliffe --
A divided consciousness : pop art after 1968 / Justin Paton --
Art of the second degree : post pop and popism / Anneke Jaspers.
Responsibility: edited by Wayne Tunnicliffe, Anneke Jaspers.

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This generously illustrated volume looks at Pop art from an international perspective from its beginnings in the 1950s to its revitalization in the 1980s. Lichtenstein, Warhol, Hamilton, and Hockney are names most often associated with the Pop art movement. But, as this richly illustrated history of the movement reveals, Pop extended beyond Great Britain and America, and lasted past the 1960s. Moving from continent to continent, from America to Europe to Australia, this volume follows the arc of the Pop art movement. In addition to well-known works by British and American artists, there are works by Enrico Baj (Italy), Niki de Saint Phalle (France), Gerhard Richter (Germany), and Martin Sharp (Australia) among many other international artists. The book's essays discuss how deeply the principles of Pop art--a challenge of the notions of "high" art; an attempt to expose the darker sides of celebrity and consumerism; and a means of protest and activism--penetrated modern culture around the world. The book concludes with a fascinating look at the resurgence of a Pop aesthetic in the 1980s when artists reworked Pop's rebellious appropriation tactics and engagement with popular culture.

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