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Pop Art

Pop art is an art movement that breaks with abstract expressionism and seeks towards the figurative art with themes from modern mass-culture. The term was coined in 1956 by the English-American art criticer Laurence Alloway, but was first widely known and used in the 1960s. Pop arts references to mass-culture and the symbolic value of it, means that the artworks often can be characterized by real, instantly recognizable elements, frequently with direct reference to media, their possible, internal symbolic meanings and abstract elements like graphic techniques, paint, etc. Pop art can in general both be seen as a tribute to the consumer society or a critique of it.Experience some of the astounding pop art online in our webshop or in our gallery in Hamburg.

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