Pop art, "new realisms" and strategies for appropriating reality Automatic translate
Национальная художественная галерея “Хазинэ”
Кремль, проезд Шейнкмана, 12, 3-й подъезд
Lecture Hall Moscow Museum of Modern Art No. 4 in Kazan
January 18, 2018 will host the fourth event of a large lecture on art of the XIX-XXI centuries of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the Gallery of Modern Art in Kazan - a lecture by art historian Danila Bulatov "Pop art," new realisms and strategies for appropriating reality ".
The reaction to the post-war economic boom in Western countries was the interest of artists in the "grassroots" reality of everyday consumption and mass culture. The heroes of the works are the most ordinary everyday objects, which appear as signs of the times, symbols of social hierarchies, a reflection of collective aspirations and fears. Showing interest in the media of communication - photography, advertising, television, newspapers and glossy magazines - the artists sought to overcome the limitations of subjective experience and find expression for supra-individual experiences, for a new aesthetic experience that is born under the conditions of total standardization and mass media appropriation of visual images.
About the lecturer:
Danila Alekseevich Bulatov - art historian, researcher and curator of the Pushkin Museum. A.S. Pushkin, German art specialist of the second half of the 20th century.
The lecture will be held in the main building of the State Museum of Fine Arts at the following address: Kazan, Karl Marx Street, 64 (second floor).
The lecture begins at 18.00.
The cost of visiting 50 rubles (all categories).
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