The Pop Art Movement

By Eduardo Ramirez

Pop Art is art primarily based on current popular subculture and mass media, which tends to be an ironic comment on typical artwork values. The Pop Art Movement in the 1960s has also suggested mixed media and expressionistic tendencies. Robert Rauschenberg is a figure admired for the textured appearance and abtractures of his Pop artworks. Other artist of this movement were Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, and James Rosenquist all from New York.

Artworks inspired throughout history has improved  many parts of the  art industry. Comics are a product of pop art, as it emphasizes expression of pop culture. Artworks such as Still Life WAAM use imagery from pop art. The Pop Art Movement has inspired art in galleries comics, articles, and newspapers.

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