Catalogue Pop Art Gallery



The video shows the extensive catalogue of the Pop Art Gallery )10 seconds per page). It presents on more than 60 pages the artworks and the Pop Art Gallery in detail.
The catalogue is available free of charge at
www.PopArt.Gallery

Make yourself comfy, browse the catalogue, even offline, and choose your next piece of art.

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2009-11-29a2 Jeff Koons Rabbit (1986) (B&W)

2009-11-29a2 Jeff Koons Rabbit (1986) (B&W)

Metal balloon-look sculpture by Jeff Koons in the Pop Art exhibition at the Tate Modern.

Taken with a Nikon D40 fitted with a Nikkor AFS DX 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6G II lens. Converted to black and white in Google Picasa.

More of my photos can be found here.

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POP ART BOXES

POP ART BOXES

Warhol Museum.

Posted by defekto on 2005-08-27 14:15:33

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Art Gallery Dubai



Create Hub Gallery promotes Contemporary African Art in Dubai, 3D Pop art, Fazzino Art in Dubai. Get more info here:http://www.createhub.gallery

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Pop Art Exhibition (1969)



The portable war memorial, silver boots and installments. An exhibition of Pop Art in London, 1969.

Art and sculpture Pop Art at the Hayward Gallery. London.

CU sign ‘Art’. Zoom back to LS interior of Hayward Gallery on the South Bank. Various shots ‘Henry’ with another figure beside him. CU beatnik looking at figures. MS portrait.

LS ‘The Portable War Memorial’. CU plaque, ‘Portable War Memorial Commemorating V (blocked out letter) Day 19 (date blocked out) pan across to statuette of soldiers in uniform. CU man looking at statuette.

MS ‘Rio – Homage to Marlon Brando’. Zoom in to show the spurs on cowboy boot. CU man looking.

Various shots ‘Walter Hopps, Hopps, Hopps’. Exterior MS showing ‘Reindeer’ with River Thames in background.

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Sweet, Sweet Galaxy by Pip & Pop

Sweet, Sweet Galaxy by Pip & Pop

Smiths Row, The Market Cross, Cornhill, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 1BT
Tel: +44 (0) 1284 762081

We are happy to welcome Australian artists Tanya Schultz, Nicole Andrijevic and John Kassab to Smiths Row in what is their first major British show. Schultz and Andrijevic have worked in collaboration since 2007 using the alias Pip & Pop and this is their second collaboration with sound artist Kassab.

Sweet sweet galaxy is a unique installation depicting an infinite psychedelic landscape. An amalgamation of numerous materials including coloured sugar, fine sand, cake decorations, origami, found objects, LED lights and sound, this colourful sensory kingdom will be constructed directly in the gallery space in early January.

The soundscape, created in collaboration with Melbourne-based John Kassab, adds another layer of immersion to the audience experience and sense of being transported to a faraway or imagined place. Whilst the soundscape adds to the narrative of the imagined landscape, interpreting the sounds with sugar has been central to Pip & Pop’s process when working with John.

The sugar used in this exhibition has been kindly donated by Silverspoon. As the sole producers of homegrown British sugar the company supports 1200 East Anglian beet farmers. According to Dan Gough of Silverspoon: "the sugar used in this exhibition was grown an average of 30 miles away from the gallery".

Posted by Karen Roe on 2011-02-19 12:44:27

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Sweet, Sweet Galaxy by Pip & Pop

Sweet, Sweet Galaxy by Pip & Pop

Smiths Row, The Market Cross, Cornhill, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 1BT
Tel: +44 (0) 1284 762081

We are happy to welcome Australian artists Tanya Schultz, Nicole Andrijevic and John Kassab to Smiths Row in what is their first major British show. Schultz and Andrijevic have worked in collaboration since 2007 using the alias Pip & Pop and this is their second collaboration with sound artist Kassab.

Sweet sweet galaxy is a unique installation depicting an infinite psychedelic landscape. An amalgamation of numerous materials including coloured sugar, fine sand, cake decorations, origami, found objects, LED lights and sound, this colourful sensory kingdom will be constructed directly in the gallery space in early January.

The soundscape, created in collaboration with Melbourne-based John Kassab, adds another layer of immersion to the audience experience and sense of being transported to a faraway or imagined place. Whilst the soundscape adds to the narrative of the imagined landscape, interpreting the sounds with sugar has been central to Pip & Pop’s process when working with John.

The sugar used in this exhibition has been kindly donated by Silverspoon. As the sole producers of homegrown British sugar the company supports 1200 East Anglian beet farmers. According to Dan Gough of Silverspoon: "the sugar used in this exhibition was grown an average of 30 miles away from the gallery".

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Kirk Hayes, “Weary Warrior”

Kirk Hayes,

at the Horton Gallery

"On the surface, Hayes’ compositions appear to be collages of torn paper, corrugated cardboard, yellowing masking tape, or scraps of plywood, however these illusory scenes are created by the artist’s hand through a self-taught process of using oil paint to imitate collage.

Both formally and conceptually the works in this recent exhibition are some of the artist’s most complex pictures to date. As a clever and darkly humorous culmination of Mr. Hayes’ masterful process, they also offer a sly commentary on the studio practice intertwined with the emotional contours of the artist’s personal narrative.

Kirk Hayes is a find…Bearing titles like “Float for the Cynically Melancholy” and “Rule by Fear,” Mr. Hayes’s works are more than just feats of clever craftsmanship. With their flat areas of muted color, varied textures and rectilinear designs, they are handsome formalist compositions. And while intimating bittersweet, obliquely autobiographical narratives, they slyly comment on modern art’s love of the raw and the naïve. – Ken Johnson, "KIRK HAYES: Launched To Sink." The New York Times, October 23, 2008.

Hayes’ oil-on-signboard paintings present themselves as collages of torn paper and cardboard on plywood or metal supports, and the trompe l’oeil effects are so convincing that many viewers leave his exhibitions assuming that that is just what they have seen. The often humorous tableaux are populated by characters that obey the rules of modernist assemblage; we easily read their roughly "torn" components as arms, legs, bodies and heads. Hayes favors matte, dry colors, and he makes great use of pink, foamy green and gunmetal blue. Each false tattered edge, painted shadow, smudged scrap of paper and rusted piece of sheet metal is a visual delight. – Charles Dee Mitchell, Art in America, March 2000.

Hayes’ trompe-l’oeil is instead a droll mockery of artistic media. You may think you’re looking at the raw wood of his signboard surfaces, but Hayes has covered the real surface with smooth paper before deftly re-creating the same texture in oil paint…And from there, you can trust that nothing is as it seems — not the look of metal, of fluid, of anything. He’s not hiding the technique of painting, but highlighting the illusionary character of art itself and driving his angst-ridden points home by doing so. Hayes’ version of tromp l’oeil owes more to graphic design and pop art than to older aesthetics, in the end looking like collage and packing the extra wallop of emotional baggage. – Christina Rees, "Master of Illusion," The Dallas Observer, October 14, 1999. "

hortongallery.com/exhibition/118/the-artist-declares-victory

Posted by Medieval Karl on 2012-10-27 17:58:47

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The National Gallery of Modern Art .. Rome

The National Gallery of Modern Art .. Rome

The National Gallery of Modern Art (Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna) is full of neoclassic and romantic paintings, a stark contrast from many of the collections you’ll find across Rome’s art museum circuit. The museum also houses Italy’s argest collection of 19th- and 20th-century works.

Several of Italy’s most renowned art masters have works on display here, from Balla to Boccioni, to Morandi and Fontana. There are other works of interest, from all over the world, including pop art, surrealism and expressionism, hailing Degas, Monet, van Gogh, and Ernst.

Posted by Nick Kenrick.. on 2014-11-10 10:34:36

Tagged: , museum , gallery , italy , rome , The National Gallery of Modern Art , Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna , Salvador 84 Lens , AO BW Film

Rome

Rome

The National Gallery of Modern Art (Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna) is full of neoclassic and romantic paintings, a stark contrast from many of the collections you’ll find across Rome’s art museum circuit. The museum also houses Italy’s argest collection of 19th- and 20th-century works.

Several of Italy’s most renowned art masters have works on display here, from Balla to Boccioni, to Morandi and Fontana. There are other works of interest, from all over the world, including pop art, surrealism and expressionism, hailing Degas, Monet, van Gogh, and Ernst.

Posted by Nick Kenrick.. on 2015-08-01 18:51:24

Tagged: , rome , italy , italia , museum , gallery , ghost , ghostly