Articles tagged with pop art
Five artists who investigate through pop art the more chilling aspects of modern popular culture.
Jessye Bloomfield turns to Warhol's book ‘From A to B and Back Again’ to read his philosophy on life and glean some insights from the original King of Pop.
Blogger, curator, producer and art historian Jessye Bloomfield is the latest addition to the editorial team at Rise Art! Before she gets started, we managed to pin her down to find out more about her favourite artists and exhibitions, her go to inspiration and her top picks on Rise Art.
Richard Walker’s work marks an eruption of extraordinary creative expression, which burst onto international cultural scenes of the 70’s. He has also worked with a range of different mediums and produced a selection of film and sound works in the 80’s. Walker lectures in BA and MA Printmaking at Camberwell School of Art, London. He discusses the influence of print-giant Richard Hamilton on his personal practice
Found on Rise Art, Sir Peter Blake curates an exhibition at the known Paul Stolper Gallery. ‘Side-Show’ presents itself as a series of wood-engravings showcasing Peter Blake's deep love and memory for the circus, side-shows, as well as the companions of these well-known entertainments.
It's the American Pop-Artists birthday, and we thought we'd celebrate it appropriately by creating a collection of works that were inspired by his new art movement.
Art historian Rosie Rockel, speaks to the curators of these two Tate Britain shows exploring the work of two complementary British painters who love colour and lashings of paint.
Godfather of British Pop Art, Sir Peter Blake exhibits a collection of prints, chosen by himself, at the Chelsea Futurespace.
As the Lichtenstein exhibition opens at Tate Modern, Charlie Levine takes a look at the new pop generation and picks her top five for the Tuesday List.
Listen to an interview with the man himself from 1981..