Pop Art on paper under review at the Kulturforum

Waiting for the reopening, let's talk about the Pop Art on paper exhibition. From Warhol to Liechtenstein staged at the Kulturforum in Berlin.

Why this particular exhibition dedicated to the works of Pop Art made on paper? Precisely because, as Andy Warhol summarized, PopArt had to be 'for everyone', that is, popular and expendable, what better support where to make it if not that of paper?

And here is the exhibition gathering the most representative works of Tom Wesselman, Mel Ramos, Claes Oldenburg and many others in whose works we find the banality of everyday life whose communicative power is found only in images repeated in infinite variations and deprived of any meaning except that the depersonalization of the image itself.


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