Tag Archives: Pop Art

Let There Be Light (Bulbs)

In the spirit of Marcel Duchamp and his “ready-mades,” Jasper Johns looked at everyday objects – the American flag, targets, numbers, an all-white canvas – in a new way. In Jasper Johns: Light Bulb, the Princeton University Art Museum explores … Continue reading

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POP Goes the Zimmerli

Since Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup can images first appeared in the 1960s, Pop Art has remained an influential force in contemporary art.  Artists made bold, colorful print imagery ranging from food packaging to politics, from rocket launches to sexy nudes, … Continue reading

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