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ARTS IN THE INFORMATION AGE. Pop Art  Starts in England in the 1950s  Really takes off in 1960s New York  Celebrates consumers products, celebrities,

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1 ARTS IN THE INFORMATION AGE

2 Pop Art  Starts in England in the 1950s  Really takes off in 1960s New York  Celebrates consumers products, celebrities, and everyday life as presented by mass media  Art as a product  Like Dadaism

3 Andy Warhol Mint Marilyn Monroe 1962 Oil and silkscreen enamel on canvas

4 Roy Lichtenstein Torpedo...Los! 1963, oil on canvas

5 Yves Klein Anthropometry – “The Monotone Symphony” 1960

6 Bridget Riley Current 1964 Synthetic polymer paint on composition board

7 Musical Experimentation  Synthesizers  100% Electronic Music  Every aspect of a song is executed according to precise mathematical programming  Milton Babbitt  Ensembles for Synthesizer

8 Isamu Noguchi Red Cube 1968, Red painted steel. Donald Judd Untitled 1967, Blue lacquer on galvanized iron

9 Musical Experimentation  Musical Minimalism  Operas with no plot, dialogue, or drama  Philip Glass  Einstein on the Beach 16 voice choir with soloists Spoken poetry

10 Chuck Close Big Self-Portrait Acrylic on canvas

11 Duane Hanson Tourists 1970, Fiberglass and polyester polychromed

12 Leon Golub Interrogation II 1981, Acrylic on canvas

13 Anselm Kiefer To the Unknown Painter 1983 Oil, emulsion, woodcut, shellac, latex, and straw on canvas

14 Magdalena Abakanowicz Crowd – 1987, Burlap and resin, 50 standing life-sized figures

15 Chris Ofili Afrodizzia 1996 Elephant dung, map pins, collage, resin and oil on canvas

16 Yasumasa Morimura Portrait (Twins) 1988, Color photograph, clear medium

17 Nam June Paik Megatron 1995 Eight channel computer driven video installation with 215 monitors, color, sound

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19 Cai Guo-Qiang Inopportune, Stage , Mixed media

20 Frank Gehry Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Spain, 1997.

21 Frank Gehry Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, 2003.

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