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MIT 4.602 , Modern Art and Mass Culture (HASS-D) Spring 2004 Professor Caroline A. Jones Lecture Notes History, Theory and Criticism Section, Department of Architecture Week 12, Lecture 1 POP ART AND POPULAR CULTURE: International Pop and Anti-Pop I. Is Mass Culture “especially” American? A. Popular Culture vs. Mass Culture B. Comics – an enduring underground C. Billboards and urbanism, collage aesthetic II. Postwar Britain and a phantasmagorical “aesthetics of plenty” A. The Independent Group 1) architects, artists, curators, historians 2) exhibitions: Parallel of Life and Art (53), Man, Machine & Motion (55), This is Tomorrow (56) B. Eduardo Paolozzi and the “Psychological Atlas” (1947-53) C. Richard Hamilton’s cool III. Paris in passing (Anti-Pop and Pop) A. The Situationist International – Guy Debord 1) The derive and the detour 2) Society of the spectacle B. D’affichistes (Mimmo Rotella, Jacques de la Villegle) C. Martial Raysse IV. German complexities A. Sigmar Polke (Silesia) B. Gerhard Richter (East Germany)
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