Slide1: mini sculptures Oldenburg in REVERSE Slide2: Featuring the work of: JASPER JOHNS ROY LICHTENSTEIN ANDY WARHOL CLAES OLDENBURG http://www.bxscience.edu/ourpages/auto/2013/1/15/51016799/section20_popart_.ppt Slide3: What is POP ART? Slide4: Abstract Expressionism Focused on elements rather than objects Pop Art Focused on recognizable objects Pop Art was originally a U.S. and British movement in the 1950s and 60s to react against Abstract Expressionism Slide5: Other Pop Art Influences Fast Food restaurants in the 1950’s turned sandwiches into a mass-produced item Television and Commercials made ordinary objects seem extraordinary! …Pop Art thus creates the beginnings of POSTMODERNISM Slide6: Jasper Johns Known for assemblage (‘Junk’) Sculpture Considered himself a ‘Neo-Dadaist’ more than a Pop Artist Jasper Johns, Target With Four Faces , 1955. Jasper Johns Slide7: Jasper Johns, Flag , 1954-55. POP ART Slide8: Jasper Johns, Detail of Flag , 1954-55. POP ART Slide9: Jasper Johns, White Flag , 1955. POP ART Slide10: Jasper Johns, Map , 1963. POP ART Slide11: Andy Warhol (1928-1987) Commercial artist who became known for his silkscreens of celebrities and everyday objects Andy Warhol What is silkscreening? Slide12: Andy Warhol, Campbell’s Soup Can , 1967. POP ART Andy Warhol Slide13: What's great about this country is that America started the tradition where the richest consumers buy essentially the same things as the poorest. You can be watching TV and see Coca Cola, and you know that the President drinks Coca Cola, Liz Taylor drinks Coca Cola, and just think, you can drink Coca Cola, too. A coke is a coke and no amount of money can get you a better coke than the one the bum on the corner is drinking. All the cokes are the same and all the cokes are good. Liz Taylor knows it, the President knows it, the bum knows it, and you know it. The Philosophy of Andy Warhol: (From A to B and Back Again) , 1975 Andy Warhol, Pete Rose , 1985. Andy Warhol Slide14: Andy Warhol at work Slide15: Andy Warhol, Pete Rose , 1985. POP ART Andy Warhol Slide16: “When you see something gruesome over and over, it tends to lose its effect.” Andy Warhol Andy Warhol, 16 Jackies , 1964. Andy Warhol Slide17: Andy Warhol, Self Portrait, 1964. POP ART Andy Warhol Slide18: Andy Warhol, Green Marilyn, 1962. POP ART Andy Warhol Slide19: Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) Created art with a COMIC-BOOK style Colors are basic, black-outlined Skin colors created with BENDAY DOTS… Just like the COMIC BOOKS! Roy Lichtenstein Slide20: Roy Lichtenstein, Temple of Apollo , 1964. POP ART Slide21: Roy Lichtenstein Vincent Van Gogh Roy Lichtenstein Slide22: Roy Lichtenstein, Go For Baroque , 1969. POP ART Slide23: Roy Lichtenstein Slide24: Roy Lichtenstein Sculpture Slide25: Ads in the style of Pop Art Slide26: Ads in the style of Pop Art Slide27: Claes Oldenburg (1929-) Known for creating large-scale versions of recognizable objects Claes Oldenburg Claes Oldenburg: Claes Oldenburg Birth Name: Claes Oldenburg Born: January 28, 1929 in Stockholm, Sweden. Nationality: Swedish- American Movement: Pop Art Oldenburg is still alive at the age of 82, and is living in New York. www.menifee.k12.ky.us/.../32/Claes%20 Oldenburg %20 Powerpoint . ppt Background Information: Background Information Used everyday objects such as lipstick, a flashlight, typewriters; and lifted them out of their usual context; and forced viewers to reassess their preconceptions about the objects. Background Information: Background Information Oldenburg graduated from Latin School in Chicago in 1946 and then enrolled at Yale University receiving B.A. Degree in 1950. While at Yale, his studies were focused on literature and art. In 1950, Claes returned to Chicago, where he remained until 1956. Worked as apprentice reporter at City News Bureau from 1942-1954 where he took classes painting, figure drawings, and anatomy at the prestigious Art Institute of Chicago. Style of Art : Style of Art Sculpture, Public Art Spoon-bridge and Cherry, sculpture by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen , 1985–88; in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden of the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minn. Slide32: Claes Oldenburg, Spoonbridge and Cherry, 1985-1988. POP ART Sculptures : Sculptures Lipstick (Ascending) on Caterpillar Tracks, 1969-74 Claes Oldenburg (b. 1929; B.A. 1950) Location: Morse College Courtyard Dropped Cone Neumarkt Galerie, Cologne, Germany Stainless and galvanized steels, fiber-reinforced plastic, balsa wood; painted with polyester gelcoat 39 ft. 10 in. (12.1 m) high x 19 ft. (5.8 m) diameter; height above building: 32 ft. 10 in. (10 m) Commissioned by Neumarkt Galerie Installed March 2001 Giant Stamp located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. Unique Characteristics : Unique Characteristics Oldenburg is best known for his ingenious, oversized renditions of ordinary objects. Like the giant "soft" three-way plug and overturned bag of French fries in the Walker's own collection. Him and his wife and collaborator, had already created a number of large-scale public sculptures ( Batcolumn ) in Chicago. Slide35: Claes Oldenburg, Giant Hamburger, 1962. POP ART Slide36: Claes Oldenburg Softlight Switches, 1963-69. POP ART Claes Oldenburg Slide37: Claes Oldenburg, Floor Cake, 1962. POP ART Slide38: Claes Oldenburg, Clothespin, 1976. POP ART Slide39: Claes Oldenburg Slide40: Claes Oldenburg, Corridor Pin, Blue, 1999. POP ART Slide41: Claes Oldenburg, Flying Pins, 2000. POP ART Slide42: How do you think Oldenburg came up with ideas for his sculptures? What type of process do you think he went through to create the sculptures? Slide43: Oldenburg in REVERSE Create a mini sculpture with an illustrated drawn background to create the illusion of a giant Oldenburg’ish art piece. Slide44: Brain storm a list of POP ART ideas that would make Interesting & creative mini sculptures. http://youtu.be/AFKnG-vENUw Score one of the pieces and the bottom of your column to place these two pieces together.: Score one of the pieces and the bottom of your column to place these two pieces together. SCORE : Meaning making tiny grooves or slices in the clay where you want them to attach. Use left over edges and roll tiny coils.: Use left over edges and roll tiny coils.