Pop Art Movement
Sarah McLinden Lopez
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Sturtevant’s project questions the primacy of visual illusion - not by marking a point in the 60s when this became necessary, but by her repetitions demonstrating how aesthetics has, all along, been structured and determined by whatever is understood to be the non-visual, the non-retinal - the unseen and thought.
the pop art and sculpture of Marisol
THE GENERALS 1962 George Washington on a toy horse behind Simón Bolívar who liberated many South American countries including Marisol's native Venezuela. It originally played a military march out of the horse's ass! The hands are casts of Marisol's own hands #Marisol #art #sculpture www.ompomhappy.com