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Título The world goes pop / edited by Jessica Morgan and Flavia Frigeri ; with contributions by Elsa Coustou ... [et al.]

Publicación New Haven : Yale University Press, 2015
Ubicación Signatura Tipo de préstamo Estado Notas
 B.Filosofía-Sala Especializada  7.911/MORG    PRÉSTAMO LARGO  DISPONIBLE
Descripción física 266 p. : il. col. ; 30 cm
Nota Catálogo de la exposición celebrada en The Eyal Ofer Galleries, Tate Modern, London, 17 September 2015-24 January 2016
Bibliografía Bibliografía: p. 253-254
Contiene: Political pop : an introduction / Jessica Morgan -- Pop effects in Eastern Europe under communist rule / David Crowley -- 1966 in the world of pop / Flavia Frigeri -- Unfolding the 'present' : some notes on Brazilian 'pop' / Giulia Lamoni -- Feminist eruptions in pop, beyond borders / Kalliopi Minioudaki -- Oiran goes pop : contemporary Japanese artists reinventing icons / Reiko Tomii -- Pop art in Argentina / Mercedes Trelles-Hern©Łndez -- Children of Marx and Coca-Cola : pop in a divided world / Sarah Wilson.
Resumen: This groundbreaking book surveys the concurrent engagements with the spirit of Pop throughout the world, from the frequently studied activity in the United States, England, and France to less well-known developments in Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. One of the first publications to examine Pop art with this global scope, it explores the wide-ranging movements that developed in different continents, such as Nouveau rEalisme, Neo Dada, New Figuration, CrOnica de la Realidad, and Saqqakhaneh or Spiritual Pop. This unique presentation offers the opportunity to compare how Pop art around the world differed due to geography, local traditions, and different cultures' social and political underpinnings. Fascinating essays touch upon key themes that factored into various Pop movements, including feminism, political representation, sexual politics, and seriality. A bold design and 200 striking illustrations showcase pieces by more than 70 artists, many of whose works have never been exhibited outside their home nations. The book also features a combined interview with a number of the living artists featured within, giving important insight into the thoughts and processes of Pop's international practitioners.
Materia Pop art -- Exposiciones
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Autor secundario Morgan, Jessica, ed. lit.
Frigeri, Flavia, ed. lit.
Coustou, Elsa, ed. lit.
Tate Modern (Londres)
Otro título Ey exhibition: the world goes pop
ISBN 9781849762700