Pop Art

Pop Art arose in the mid-1950s as a challenge to the rigid perceptions of Fine Art, embracing appropriation, mass production, and kitsch. Rather than explicitly glorifying or condemning mass media, Pop artists emphasize the ubiquity and immediacy of commercial iconography in works that often incorporate irony, bold colors, and flat imagery.

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Cindy Sherman
Untitled 409
2000
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Andy Warhol
Self-Portrait in Fright Wig
1986
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Joshua Lutz
The Coming Insurrection
2010
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Andy Warhol
Polaroid Self-Portrait
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William John Kennedy
Warhol Holding Marilyn Acetate
2010
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William John Kennedy
Warhol Factory Telephone Suite I-IV
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William John Kennedy
Warhol Marilyn Acetate Suite I-IV
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Andy Warhol
Self-Portrait with Fright Wig
1979
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