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Making Strange by
Call Number: eBook Collection (EBSCOhost
Publication Date: 2008
Since the early 1960s Andy Warhol's silk screens of Campbell's soup cans, represented singly or in multiples, have most vividly conjured the pop art movement.
U.S. artist whose works — site-specific, depending on the neutrality of the site where they are installed — use as the artist's material light, colour and space ('I'm interested in the weights, pressures, and feeling of the light inhabiting space itself and in seeing this atmosphere rather than the walls.')
Mark Rothko was a Russian-born painter of the American School. He was born at Dvinsk in Russia, but in 1913 emigrated with his family to Portland, Oregon. In 1921 he went to Yale University to study the liberal arts,
Nonrepresentational art. Ornamental art without figurative representation occurs in most cultures. The modern abstract movement in sculpture and painting emerged in Europe and North America between 1910 and 1920.