Art History Survey II
Professor John Maciuika
Last Lecture – Recent Art
Jackson Pollock, Autumn Rhythm, New York, 1950.
“Pollock seems to have felt that in the free,
unselfconscious act of painting he was giving vent to primal, natural forces.”
-- Marilyn Stokstad, Art: A
, p. 502.
Mark Rothko, (assorted paintings – see Powerpoint presentation).
Roy Liechtenstein, “Drowning Girl,” 1963. An example of popular or “pop” art using comic book aesthetic
and non-academic style
Andy Warhol, Self-Portrait, New York, 1970
Andy Warhol, “Campbell’s Tomato Soup,” 1962
Andy Warhol, Mick Jagger, silk screen print, New York, 1976
Andy Warhol, “Marilyn Monroe,” New York, 1967
Archigram, Cover for an “Archigram” magazine, hand-printed by architecture students at the London
Architectural Association School, 1964
Volkswagon bus as mobile camping or home unit, 1965: symbol of American mobility, alternative
lifestyles, individualism, even radicalism
Archigram (Peter Cook), Plug-In City, project, 1962-64