Pop goes the Easel – An introduction to Pop Art

Pop brought an end to 100 yrs of modernism.  As the world was still trying to come to terms with abstraction, a new generation of artists produced a hard edged, graphic representational style.  With its mix of comic book graphics, advertising imagery, images of mass culture, irony, humour, sex and politics, the Pop Art of the 1950s and 60s is seen as a reflection of our modern day consumer society.

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This course finished on 12 May 2018