Pop Art

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Andy WarholAugust 6, 1928 - February 22, 1987 (died at 58 due to cardiac arrhythmia)Controverisal artist known for blurring the lines between mainstream aesthetics and fine art. Warhol used a variety of art forms such as performance art, writing, and film-making.

Keith HaringMay 4, 1958 - February 16, 1990 (died at 31 due to AIDS)Openly gay artist internationally reknowned for his inspiring art (primarily drawings) based upon the primacy of the line. Haring's art speaks on a variety of issues, and allows for interpretation.

By: Isabelle Block


Cruella De Vil1985

The pop art movement was a blurring of the line between fine art and commercial art, starting in the 1950-60s. It captured the felling of everyday life and spoke to the people about everything from celebrities to oppression to soup. Pop artists used hard line compositions and bold colours like those found in billboards and magazines. This was very innovative for that time; many new materials and technologies were used.

"Once you 'got' Pop, you could never see a sign again the same way again. And once you thought Pop, you could never see America the same way again."

Campell's Soup Cans1962

Red Liz1963

Marriage of Heaven and Hell1984

-Andy Warhol


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