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On Yenilikçiyle Pop Art

By Seda Eroğlu
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  • Publisher : Destek Publishing and Media Group
  • Isbn : 6254414511
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  • Category : Art
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"HER ŞEY POPTUR, POP HER ŞEYDİR." Andy Warhol Makineleşen dünyaya ve tüketim alışkanlığına bir sitemdir pop art! Güzel sanatların gelenekselliğine bir tepki olarak doğmuştur. Sıradan olanla ortaya konmuş sıra dışı bir sanat... Fastfood ürünleri, konserveler, otomobiller, elektronik ev aletleri, Hollywood yıldızları, dönemin siyasi yüzleri ve daha neler neler... Bunlar neden sanatın bir parçası olmasınlar ki? Kim belirler ki sanatın malzemelerini? Bu işin bir kaidesi mi vardır yani? Varsa da artık değişmiştir, geçmiş olsun.Çünkü: “Her şey poptur, pop her şeydir.” Böyle diyor pop artın öncüsü Andy Warhol... Özgürlüğün sınırlarını zorlayan, alışılmışa sırt çeviren, yeniyi denemekten ve gelenekleri yıkma noktasında sanatı bir araç olarak kullanmaktan çekinmeyen on yenilikçi pop art sanatçısıyla tanışacaksınız bu kitapta. Yeniyi denemekten ve deneyimlemekten korkmayanlar için deha ve zekâ dolu bir rehber....

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