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Presenting works by English and American artists, the exhibtions reviews the first five years of Robert Fontaine's trendy venue. Robert Fontaine Celebrates 5 Years in Wynwood

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The Robert Fontaine Gallery is a comparatively new name on the map of the United States yet, within the last five years, it has grown into a staple of the burgeoning Florida art scene. Serving as a platform for emerging, mid-career, established and master...

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Christian Boehmer and Lea Gudrich Exhibit Together at 44309 Street Art Gallery

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Christian Boehmer and Lea Gudrich are two remarkably talented young artists living and working in Cologne. It is no secret that the German art scene is on the rise, presenting a diverse and vibrant beehive of creativity – bursting with energy, thriving,...

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Greg Gossel Pop Art Taking Over Vertical Gallery

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The recent advent of the urban art movement has with it brought a resurgence of attention for pop art. Greg Gossel is masterfuly riding this tidal wave. With a somewhat ambiguous attitude, Gossel simultaneously celebrates and condemns popular culture. With...

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Understanding Tribal Art

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The concept of Tribal art is one of the more controversial topics in the art circles. Another name it goes by – primitive art – evokes myths of colonial superiority, supremacy of Western culture, and looking at artworks from other cultures as...

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Original framed print. get new abstract digital and framed prints from our print and photography print shop page Ten Iconic Pop Art Posters

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Pop art is undoubtedly one of the most important art movements of the 20th century. Continuing on the ideas of Dada, lampooning the seriousness of “high art” and some of the more self-absorbed conceptual, avant-garde movements of the time, it...

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This unique and somewhat retro design, as if taken from a living room wall of an Edwardian-era home, still manages to appear perfectly current. Bonnie MacLean – The Yardbirds at the Fillmore Auditorium (1967)

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Another iconic image from the late 60’s era, this time by Bonnie MacLean. She was the wife of the all-powerful promoter Bill Graham to whom Fantasy Unlimited was but another creative and business outlet. This poster from 1967 shows an impressive list of...

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Originally a canvas print, it became a celebrated movie poster. Might be wise to shop for it now because the price on the market is sure to increase. Shepard Fairey – Walk the Line (2005)

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A member of the more recent crop of artists who have emerged from the street art scene, Shepard Fairey has proven a prolific creator of posters. Iconic images such as his Obama – Hope have become instant collectors’ items. A master of guerrilla...

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Retro pop / rock music concert print design, this modern image is sure to hang well on the wall of any experienced collector. David Byrd – Jimi Hendrix Experience, Fillmore East Concert (1968)

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After showing his portfolio to the then manager of the Fantasy Unlimited collective, David Byrd was hired on the spot. An immensly talented illustrator, between 1968 and 1973 he created a series of posters for such acts as the Grateful Dead, Iron Butterfly,...

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Pop art canvas prints on sale ideal for the true collectors wall. Robert Indiana – The Santa Fe Opera, 20th Season (1976)

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“There are more signs than trees in America. There are more signs than leaves. So I think of myself as a painter of American landscape.” once quipped Robert Indiana. The Santa Fe Opera has definitely played a prominent role in the American...

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Inspired by lichtenstein and painted from life, before the artist came home from Cuba - these modern and abstract prints recieved cart loads of attention and were featured on many a wall in the country and abroad. Rene Mederos – Vietnamese Soldier (1969)

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A prominent Cuban poster artist and graphic designer, Rene Mederos was a representative of a wave of artists who were as much Pop art as communist propaganda. In 1969, he was assigned by the Department of Revolutionary Orientation to travel to Vietnam and...

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Roy lichtenstein inspired pop print Richard Lindner – Fun City NYC (1969)

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German-American artist who had hoped to become a concert pianist in his youth, Richard Lindner moved to the US in the late 1940’s and soon became one of the most important figures of the NYC booming design and art scene. His two-decade-long artistic...

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Rosenquist's pop prints were available in an extremely limited print and are now in high demand print. James Rosenquist – F-111, Castelli Gallery Poster (1965)

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“To be creative is to be accepting, but it’s also to be harsh on one’s self. You just don’t paint colors for the silliness of it all.” Starting as a billboard painter, this determined artist soon started deftly applying his...

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let us help you and make you happy with your black and white prints and digital photography Tom Wesselmann – Lulu (1984)

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Initially having profound respect for the Abstract expressionists, Tom Wesselmann instead became a seminal figure of the American Pop art movement. Influenced by Matisse’s achievements in terms of color, he created this poster for Alan Berg’s...

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get digital and framed abstract prints by roy lichtenstein from our print and photography page! Jasper Johns – Poster for the Whitney Museum’s 50th Anniversary (1979)

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Often described as a neo-dadaist, American artist Jasper Johns‘ work is by most classified as Pop art (with a hint of Americana), mainly because of his extensive use of classical iconography and lack of confrontational abrasiveness characteristic of...

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pop Andy Warhol – Querelle (1982)

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Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s  film Querelle is an adaptation of Jean Genet’s novel of the same name. Following a young sailor’s sexual escapades in a French port, the subversive story has a more than obvious gay theme. The undesputed master...

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jimdarbu keramikk kunst 2010 2014 home Popular Culture as an Everlasting Source of inspiration for Jim Darbu

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Coinciding with the time when Jim Darbu was developing and growing as a young artist, certain cultural barriers have begun to come down. Up until recently, comic books, cartoons and computer games were considered mere child’s play. In the 21st century,...

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Visual Disobedience of Shepard Fairey is Coming to Hong Kong

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Emerging from the skateboarding scene, Shepard Fairey has taken the art world by storm. After first bursting onto the scene with his “Andre the Giant Has a Posse” sticker campaign, he gained global attention during the 2008 U.S. presidential...

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If You’re Making Camera Obscura, This is What You Need to Know

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The strange contraption called Camera obscura has captured the imagination of amateurs and experts alike for centuries. Before the invention of the photographic camera as we know it today (as our parents knew it, actually – for our cameras are...

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