The Venerability of Pop

October 1969
Time;10/10/1969, Vol. 94 Issue 15, p76
The article focuses on the rise of popular art. It mentions that several museums in New York City will exhibit the works of various popular artists such as Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum for Roy Lichtenstein, Museum of Modern Art for Claes Oldenburg and Whitney Museum of American Art for Jim Dime. It says that popular artist are focusing on new urban landscapes including motel rooms, supermarkets and roadsides. Moreover, information regarding the works of Oldenburg is presented.


Related Articles

  • Rule No. 3: Make Art That's Difficult to Collect. Wolff, Rachel // New York;4/30/2012, Vol. 45 Issue 14, p46 

    The article features artist Sarah Sze, whose art is said to be difficult to collect. Sze is said to creates art that is often gallery-size and made of common materials such as ladders, paper and plastic bottles. Her works include "The Art of Losing," which is said to be impractical for most...

  • `High and Low': Modern art meets popular culture. Patton, Phil // Smithsonian;Nov90, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p138 

    Discusses the Museum of Modern Art's exhibit "High and Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture" on view in New York from October 7 through January 15, 1991. Examination of a dialogue that helped shape 20th-century art, from commerce and comics to Picasso and Pop; Show's focus on four vital low...

  • ART.  // New Yorker;9/5/2016, Vol. 92 Issue 27, p11 

    Several art exhibitions Ine New York City are reviewed including "Teiji Furuhashi: Lovers" at the Museum of Modern Art through February 12, 2017, "Moholoy-Nagy: Future Present" at the Guggenheim Museum through September 7, 2016, and "Stuart Davis: In Full Swing" at the Whitney Museum through...

  • How The Art Scene Replaced The Nightclub.  // Details;Feb2012, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p32 

    The article looks at how the art scene replaced the nightclub in Manhattan, New York City. It details the opening of an art gallery in the space that was once occupied by the nightclub Bungalow 8. Nightlife in the area has reportedly vanished because of drug violence and the recession. Party...

  • ART.  // New Yorker;5/7/2007, Vol. 83 Issue 11, p12 

    The article announces art exhibit information for New York City museums and galleries including the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum, the Frick Collection.

  • The wise innocent. Gopnik, Adam // New Yorker;11/8/93, Vol. 69 Issue 37, p119 

    Opinion. Discusses the Roy Lichtenstein retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Description of paintings; Psychological effect; Division of show into decades of Lichtenstein's activity; Evolution of style.

  • Beyond the borders. Halperin, Julia; Stoilas, Helen // Art Newspaper;Sep2013 Brazil Supplement, p22 

    The article discusses several museums around the world that have actively promoted the work of Brazilian artists. Featured museums include: the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Texas, the Tate Gallery in London, England, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte...

  • King Of Pop. Stein, Danielle // W Magazine;Nov2008, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p72 

    The article features artist Roy Lichtenstein. He exuded a detached irony that defined his work. Lichtenstein wanted his paintings to look as if they were done by machine. He claims that American culture had become more vulgarized and industrialized. Fellow artists were also subjected to his...

  • The Real Thing. Loughery, John // Hudson Review;Spring96, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p104 

    Discusses the exhibition, held at the Guggenheim Museum for Claes Oldenburg. Reaction to the exhibition by the author; Pop Art in the 1960s effect on the art scene; Types of materials used by Oldenburg in his artwork; What the show fostered about Oldenburg's art; Description of some pieces...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics