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Pop Art 11/05/2013 Claes Oldenburg, The Store, Ray Gun Mfg. Co., 108 East 2 nd Street, 1961. Mixed Media Environment Installation Art: playing with scale play with two ways of looking o the consumerist gaze o disinterested aesthetic gaze still have people who wouldn’t get the art and then the elitist art viewers who did ° Roy Litchtenstein, Blam, 1962 ° Roy Litchtenstein, Drowning Girl, 1963. Oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 67 5/8 x 66 ¾ in., Museum of Modern Art, New York. classic pop art embraces consumerism and imperialism merely copying imagery that already exists leveling culture by combining low and high art dumbing down society used Benday dots showed that subjects weren’t real internalized ideologies and perpetuated them without adding anything new taken from low ground hyperbolic comic books ° James Rosenquist, I Love You with My Ford, 1961 was originally a billboard artist strong interest in formal aesthetic
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