Category Archives: Neo-Pop Art

Stormtroopers 365 – Pop gesture.

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Jeff Koons “What people want to do the most in life is what they avoid the most.”

. . . . . . Jeff Koons

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Ugo Rondinone “Big Mind Sky”

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Kehinde Wiley – “Counteracting the Propaganda of Portraiture”

Kehinde Wiley, Art Interview Online

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Folkert De Jong -“Toxic Sculpture”

Folkert De Jong

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Katharina Fritsch – Deeply Psychological

“Fritsch’s work often has unsettling religious or quasi-spiritual associations and is deeply psychological, as if she is attempting to give an image to our deepest fears recovered from the world of myth, religion, cultural history and everyday life… Singular forms … Continue reading

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Katharina Fritsch – Fear and Anxiety Dwell in the Subconscious

“Katharina Fritsch was born in Essen, Germany on February 14, 1956. She studied at the Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf, where she continues to live and work. Since her first show in 1984 she has exhibited widely in Europe and North America.” … Continue reading

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Ugo Rondinone – “Visionary Artist trapped in reality”

“Ugo Rondinone has been defined as a visionary artist trapped in reality. In fact, through his articulate production in which styles and media are deliberately combined, his poetics allow us to access his inner-most worlds, dominated by melancholy and resignation, … Continue reading

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Ugo Rondinone – “Themes of Fantasy and Desire”

Ugo Rondinone (b. 1963 Brunnen, Switzerland) is a New York-based, mixed-media artist whose works explore themes of fantasy and desire.

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Ugo Rondinone – “Hell, Yes!”

Ugo Rondinone is represented by the Matthew Marks Gallery in New York. and……………………..“Hell, Yes!”

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