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Richard Hamilton, The Critic Laughs, 1971

Richard Hamilton, The Critic Laughs, 1971

Richard Hamilton The critic laughs 1968

The Critic Laughs Photo offset lithograph & collage

RICHARD HAMILTON | "Richard William Hamilton CH (24 February 1922 – 13 September 2011) was a British painter and collage artist. His 1955 exhibition Man, Machine and Motion (Hatton Gallery, Newcastle) and his 1956 collage, Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing?, produced for the This Is Tomorrow exhibition of the Independent Group in London, are considered by critics and historians to be among the earliest works of pop art." (Wikipedia)

Richard Hamilton 1968 Courtesy of The Photographer ©British Council Archive

Richard Hamilton. The Critic Laughs. 1971–72/2014 | MoMA

The Critic Laughs.

Hamilton introduced his expensive, witty multiple The Critic Laughs (1971-72) and then showed the bizarre, amusing film intended to publicise it. This film simulated the style of a TV commercial; the female star of the “advert” was Loraine Chase. (It seems Hamilton had not wanted to be interviewed and so, as an alternative, he had suggested the idea of a spoof advert. This was how the film came to be specially made by the BBC for Shock of the New.)

Richard Hamilton The Critic Laughs 1968

Goldfinger, James Bond by Phil Beverley, via Behance

Goldfinger - Guy Hamilton 1964 -- "Based on the novel by Ian Fleming. Investigating a gold magnate's smuggling, James Bond uncovers a plot to contaminate the Fort Knox gold reserve.

Pop art ( abbreviation of popular art) : appeared in Britain in 52 in reaction to abstract expressionism (mostly american one). Term firstly used by John McHale in 54 -> part of ' Independent Group'->group of artists and art critics reunited by their reflexion about the place of art in society ->interested by the implication of popular culture ( publicity )-> break arts codes Principal actors ->Richard Hamilton and Eduardo Paolozzi ( their works speak about society of consummation ) -AT

Study for a fashion plate Richard Hamilton 1969

Richard Hamilton / The Critic Laughs, 1971 fake teeth on electric Braun toothbrush and it case,

Richard Hamilton / The Critic Laughs, 1971 fake teeth on electric Braun toothbrush and it case,

Last Copy! Exhibition Design Participation / Available at www.draw-down.com / Exhibition Histories Volume 7. An exhibition history of an Exhibit 1957 and Related Projects. The radical project an Exhibit (mounted in 1957 at Hatton Gallery Newcastle and the Institute of Contemporary Arts London) emerged from a decade of testing the formats and possibilities of exhibition making resulting in a show with the motto No objects no ideas. A collaboration between two artists Richard Hamilton and…

Last Copy! Exhibition Design Participation / Available at www.draw-down.com / Exhibition Histories Volume 7. An exhibition history of an Exhibit 1957 and Related Projects. The radical project an Exhibit (mounted in 1957 at Hatton Gallery Newcastle and the Institute of Contemporary Arts London) emerged from a decade of testing the formats and possibilities of exhibition making resulting in a show with the motto No objects no ideas. A collaboration between two artists Richard Hamilton and…

Richard Hamilton. The Critic Laughs. 1968

The Critic Laughs.

Richard Hamilton, "Just What Is It That Makes Today's Homes So Different, So Appealing?" (1956)

Pop Art Is Alive: Classics and Modern Artworks

1956 Pop art collage called 'Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing?' Richard Hamilton created one of the earliest pieces labeled Pop Art. Hamilton died in

Richard Hamilton, The Critic Laughs, 1968

Richard Hamilton, The Critic Laughs, 1968

Richard Hamilton, The Critic Laughs

Richard Hamilton, The Critic Laughs

The Critic Laughs - Richard Hamilton

Caption: The Museum of Modern Art, designed by Yoshio Taniguchi. Entrance at Street.

Ezra Pound Ezra Weston Loomis Pound was an expatriate American poet and critic, and a major figure in the early modernist movement.

30 Writers Other Writers Loved To Hate

Friday of October 1885 Modernist poet Ezra Weston Loomis Pound is born in Hailey, Idaho, United States.

Hal Foster The First Pop Age

Art Book of the Day - The First Pop Age: Painting and Subjectivity in the Art of Hamilton, Lichtenstein, Warhol, Richter, and Ruscha by Hall Foster