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  • I was a Rich Man's Plaything 1947 by Sir Eduardo Paolozzi 1924-2005 I was a Rich Man's Plaything 1947 by Sir Eduardo Paolozzi 1924-2005

    Painting of the Week: Eduardo Paolozzi, I was a Rich Man’s Plaything

    By June 16, 2019

    Eduardo Paolozzi’s 1947 collage I was a Rich Man’s Plaything, which can be seen in the Tate Modern in London, was one of the first works of Pop Art and even contains the word ‘POP!’ Eduardo Paolozzi was...

  • Corita Kent: The pop art nun

    By January 31, 2019

    Corita Kent was an artist, an educator, and a Roman Catholic nun. She created bold, colourful pop art posters to confront social injustice. Poverty, racism and war were all the target of Kent’s exuberant artwork. She felt her...

  • Michelangelo, A New Pop Icon

    By August 17, 2018

    We’ve seen photographs of presidents, spiritual leaders, actors, celebrities, or models all turned into Pop Art pieces, so in other words into works of art (although some question their artistic value) by Andy Warhol. As much as Warhol...

  • Isla 70 (Island 70), Raúl Martínez, 1970, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de la Habana, Pop Art and the Cuban Revolution Isla 70 (Island 70), Raúl Martínez, 1970, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de la Habana, Pop Art and the Cuban Revolution

    Two Worlds Collide: Pop Art and the Cuban Revolution

    By April 10, 2018

    Pop Art Comes to Cuba Raúl Martínez was born in the central Cuban city of Ciego de Ávila in 1927. Before the Revolution, he had the opportunity to work and exhibit his early paintings in Europe and the United States,...

  • Jeff Koons And His Balloon Dogs

    By January 21, 2018

    On this day in 1955 one of the most controversial artists of 20th century was born. Jeff Koons is the artist who blended the concerns and methods of Pop, Conceptual, and appropriation art with craft-making and popular culture...

  • The Story of Velvet Underground & Nico Andy Warhol Cover

    By January 3, 2018

    Today we will be talking about Andy Warhol and his famous banana cover of The Velvet Underground & Nico debut album by the Velvet Underground. Released in March 1967 the album was recorded in 1966 while the band...

  • Why Did Andy Warhol Love Christmas?

    By December 19, 2017

    Who would guess that Andy Warhol, one of the most decadent artists of the 20th century, the owner of the controversial Factory leading a scandalous life, loved Christmas? Well, he did. A loooot. Warhol’s parents came from the...

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