The Pop artists of the 1960s looked to images of consumer culture for their subject matter, and their techniques likewise reflected the processes and techniques of advertising and marketing. The artists featured here also reference images of popular culture and the aesthetic of the street with strong graphic lines and bold, punchy colours.
About this Curation
About the Curator
Melanie is a visual artist and Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Adelaide where she recently graduated with a phD in Art History. She writes academic articles for publication and reviews for online journals including Verso-MMXVI, Fine Print and Cerae: Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies. Serving on a number of academic and editorial committees, Melanie is an active member of the arts community.