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8/22/15, 10:10 PM Topic Print View Week 7: Postmodernism and the Millennium - Discussion Pop Art (graded) What were some of the influences of the pop art phenomenon? Should we consider the creative elements of popular culture, which are very often mass produced works of art?
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8/22/15, 10:10 PM Topic Print View Page 2 of 15 (NEXT(b33ac452c708471c938af…sViewSelected=False&checkedIds=6000031308463&isPrntVwSortReq=False RE: Pop Art Kevin McCord 8/19/2015 8:59:47 PM It was bright, it was colorful and powerful at the same time. Since pop art was something so new people became excited, in much the same way you would if you found out that something you want to happen does. So it attracted the newer generations and help makes the comic genre what it is today. welcome Professor Clarke-Peterson 8/16/2015 9:41:35 PM Class, as we begin to explore the period known as Pop Art, let us consider what we are talking about. How is Pop Art different than the art that came before it? What was it responding to in the art world?
8/22/15, 10:10 PM Topic Print View Page 3 of 15 (NEXT(b33ac452c708471c938af…sViewSelected=False&checkedIds=6000031308463&isPrntVwSortReq=False RE: welcome Salvador Cruz 8/17/2015 10:34:38 AM So I'm guessing were talking about the 50's sort of art and above. What I read it was first in the Britain's then it

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