Pop'n Roll

Friday, 6 May 2011

Pop Art As A Cultural Movement

Start reneging with politics , social issues , and most importantly the everyday via the Street.
Pop as a Strategy against politics and capitalism. This can be understood as a reaction against the austere political agenda behind Abex movement and painter such as Pollock.
Return to freedom , what is the 'art of freedom.'
was quoted as saying 'why not just make a reproduction' , when asked of what he thought of the Mona Lisa being brought over to America from Paris for an exorbitant amount of money.
Individual has to be free to revolt.
Partly a revolutionary art.
Reengage with lo culture through images of the everyday.
<Image: Warhol - Brillo Boxes, 1969>


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