Pop art Essay Topics

Pop Art and Mass Media

Alloway views pop art as a form of tool that was used to break the hegemony of elitist aesthetic standards that had been set over the years and that had defined art. In a sense, pop art could be seen as a democratization of art just as in the area of governance the advent of… View Article

The Hidden Emotional Content of Pop Art

Pop art has its fans and its critics. While pop art is no where near as polarizing as abstract art (you either love or disdain abstract art), it does find its point missed on many. That is, people may like the “cool” look of pop art, but they never think of it beyond its surface… View Article

Analysing an Image

In analysing images, it is always necessary to have an understanding of what the image aims to represent. This paper shall try to present an objective view on the image of the compact disk or album cover Blind Faith, a self-tiled album from the late 1960s. The album or artwork title is called “Blind Faith”… View Article

Drowning Girl, Lovers Comparision

Themes of Love and Loneliness feature in some of the most famous pieces of art in the world, such as The Kiss (Gustav Klimt) and The Subway (George Tooker). Artists use certain methods to evoke certain emotions. Roy Lichtenstein and René Magritte are world-renowned artists both known for different art styles and different views on… View Article