This unique book offers an opportunity to examine the origins and socio - political side of Pop, including pop and the political representation; pop and the new sexual politics; seriality, distribution and the role of print production.
From the late 1950s onwards, numerous artists and movements with a Pop aesthetic developed throughout these continents, including Nouveau realisme, Neo Dada, New Figuration, Equipo Cronica, and Cronica de la Realidad and Saqqakhaneh or Spiritual Pop, as well as such singular figures as Oyvind Fahlstrom, Keiichi Tanaami, and Erro. These artists and movements differed from one another due to their geographies as much as to their exposure to centralised or marginal cultural manifestations, and they were informed by their respective traditions, social and political movements.
Featuring the work of over 65 artists, six newly commissioned essays and brand new artist interviews, The World Goes Pop is the first book to rely on primary sources to re-evaluate Pop art throughout the globe.
|Oldalszám és illusztrációk||288 p., illustrated|
|Szerkesztő(k)||Jessica Morgan, Flavia Frigeri|