Pop Art

Inspired by popular culture, the 1960s Pop Art movement challenged rigid perceptions of Fine Art by embracing mass-production, advertising, comic books, and kitsch. It transformed everyday objects like Andy Warhol’s soup can into works of art.

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Robert Rauschenberg
Jewish Museum
1963
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Claes Oldenburg
Typewriter Eraser
1970
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Claes Oldenburg
NYC, Pretzel
1995
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Robert Indiana
LOVE
1968
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Andy Warhol
GREEN PEA (from Campbell's Soup I)
1968
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Keith Haring
POP SHOP (PL. 1)
1989
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Peter Phillips
Kewpie Doll (Fragment)
1962
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Andy Warhol
Flowers
1964
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Andy Warhol
Flowers
1970
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Andy Warhol
Turtle
1985
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Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol 1968
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Andy Warhol
Marylin Invitation Card (published by Castelli)
1981
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