Pop Art

Marjorie Strider - Photo of the artist - Image via amazonawscom

Marjorie Strider

Marjorie Strider was an American painter, sculptor and performance artist best known for her three-dimensional paintings and site-specific installations/sculptures. It has often been said that this artist’s pieces placed the techniques of Minimalism within a Pop art milieu. Marjorie Strider is perhaps best known for her Triptychs, a series of paintings...

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Kiki Kogelnik - Photo of the artist - Image via tateorguk

Kiki Kogelnik

Kiki Kogelnik was an Austrian painter, sculptor and printmaker widely considered to be her nation’s most important Pop-related artist despite the fact she has been known to take issue with being considered a part of the Pop art movement. This was primarily...

Idelle Weber - Munchkins I, II & III, 1964 (detail) - Image via staticflickrcom

Idelle Weber

Idelle Weber is an American artist most closely aligned with the Pop art and Photorealist movements, although her work was always a challenge to categorize. She is best known for her silhouette paintings resembling the visual language of advertisements, a...

Dorothy Grebenak - Photo of the artist - Image via pinimg

Dorothy Grebenak

Dorothy Grebenak was an American artist who is often cited as one of the most overlooked artists the Pop art movement has in its arsenal. Largely self-taught, she is known for her large, hand-hooked rugs of familiar subjects, such as baseball trading cards,...

Rosalyn Drexler - Photo of the artist - Image via pinterest new york 1963 gallery 2017 canvas view gallery museum

Rosalyn Drexler

Rosalyn Drexler is an American artist with a massively impressive and characteristic résumé – she is a novelist, an Obie Award-winning playwriter and an Emmy Award-winning screenwriter. And she is a former professional wrestler! However, she seems to...

Photo of Evelyne Axell in her home during an exhibition, fighting for the world of women stretchinf from Philadelphia to Brussels

Evelyne Axell

Evelyne Axell was a Belgian Pop art author best known for her psychedelic and erotic painterly compositions of female nudes and self-portraits. Her pieces were usually painted on plexiglass that allowed the artist to achieve what she believed were the perfect...

Photo of Pauline Boty in her new home by John Aston, 1962/1963

Pauline Boty

One of the relatively few female artists to be notably involved with the Pop Art movement, Pauline Boty became well known in London during the 1960s when she began drawing attention for her good looks, minor roles on television shows and her paintings. Very...

Eduardo Paolozzi in London - Sculpture works in scottish gallery and home school echo that the scottish culture is independent from London

Eduardo Paolozzi

Enchanted by modern machines and the rapid development of technology, Eduardo Paolozzi produced graphic art, collages, pottery, films, mosaics and sculptures. Mainly driven by industrial engineering, this prolific and inventive Scottish artist was a prominent...

Erró in front of his work

Erro

Coming from Iceland, the land full of beautiful landscapes, Erró has become a multi-disciplinary artist known all around the world. His style can be defined as Pop Art and Postmodern, but he can also be considered as a painter in a traditional sense, whose...

Odlaw

As someone who at the beginning didn’t want to show his art to the world, and described himself as a ‘closet artist’, Odlaw has come a long way. This Los Angeles based painter uses Waldo, from the legendary Where’s Waldo series, as the main theme...

Peter Blake

Sir Peter Thomas Blake is an English pop artist, best known for co-creating the sleeve design for the Beatles’ album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and designing the cover for Bob Geldof’s Band Aid single Do They Know It’s Christmas and the...

Rich Simmons

Rich Simmons

Rich Simmons is a young British artist who combines pop art, comics and street art to create provocative murals that capture the eye and attention of the audience. The piece that catapulted him into the public eye was a 2011 mural about the upcoming royal...

Richard Hamilton in his studio, 1956

Richard Hamilton

Famous for his celebrated collages which set the stage for the last great movement in art history, Richard Hamilton was an English painter artist known as one of the earliest proponents of Pop art. Through his iconic pieces, this artist explored the...

Mel Ramos

Mel Ramos is an American artist best known for his provocative yet humorous paintings and prints inspired by Pop-Art and Pin-Up style. Ramos mixes the imagery of idealized nude women with popular, ubiquitous items such as Coca Cola bottles and movie posters....

Tom Wesselmann - Photo in his work studio in his bedroom, March 1959 - Image via matisse and gettyimagescomau

Tom Wesselmann

Widely considered as one of the major artists of the New York Pop Art, Tom Wesselmann was an American artist best known for his stylized female nudes which were the definite focal points of his career as a painter. Due to his enormous contributions to the...

John Currin

Due to their unique aesthetics, John Currin‘s paintings can be found at the crossroads where old masters of painting techniques and 20th-century kitsch collide into a single blend. His figurative compositions mix humor with traditional painterly skills,...

Keiichi Tanaami

Keiichi Tanaami is one of the most important artists of postwar Japan and a prolific creator who has been active since the 1960s as a graphic designer, illustrator, and video artist. His imagery is crowded with various war motifs, such as American bombers,...

Robert Indiana

Robert Indiana is a prominent American artist, who rose to fame in the 60’s, and played a major role in Pop Art, hard-edge painting, usage of bold and bright elements and expansion of assemblage art. He used to describe his own work as painting of...

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David Hockney

Watching the paintings of David Hockney is a unique experience of witnessing a whole new creative dimension designed by a man that never followed popular standards and patterns but rather chose to set his own norms and leave the following to others. Hockney...

Ed Ruscha

Ed Ruscha is an American visual artist strongly associated with the Pop Art movement. He is proficient in many media, including photography, drawing, painting, and the creation of numerous artist books. Generally speaking, his art documents the shifting...