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Why an American flag? One theory (besides Johns’ Johns’ philosophical approach was indebted to that of Surrealist painter René Magritte. In 1954, Johns saw a The Surrealist painter René Magritte photographed by Lothar Wolleh in front of Magritte’s painting The PilgrimJasper Johns’ philosophical approach was indebted to that of René Magritte.Photo © Lothar WollehNorsoft - Mankato, MNDalian American International School, Dalian, China , .
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2018–2019 Art Resource Guide 52 KAPROW’S EARLY CAREER Allan Kaprow was born in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in 1927. He attended boarding school in Tucson, Arizona, and later the High School of Music and Art in New York. He received a bachelor’s degree from New York University with majors in philosophy and art history in 1949; in his final year at NYU, he also studied at Hans Hofmann’s privately run painting school, learning Abstract Expressionist methods. He went on to earn a master’s degree in art history at Columbia University in 1952, studying under Meyer Schapiro, and that year helped to found an artists’ cooperative called Hansa Gallery. He took up a teaching position at Rutgers University in 1953 and became a lifelong teacher. (He SELECTED ARTWORK: ALLAN KAPROW, 18 HAPPENINGS IN 6 PARTS , 1959 version of Magritte’s 1929 painting The Treachery of Images at Sidney Janis Gallery in New York. The painting depicts a smoking pipe with a caption directly below that says, “ Ceci n’est pas une pipe ,” this is not a pipe.
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