Online art show "POP CULTURE"



Since the mid-twentieth century, a large group of British and American artists responded to the gravity and authority of Abstract Expressionism, so clinging to the trauma of World War II, with a totally opposite type of art: Pop art. The same happened in the national context, where the narrative figuration was opening the way to stay. New iconographies and languages emerged from the mass media, the "popular culture" and the burgeoning consumer society, particularly figurative and characterised by the intensity of colour; a movement that, without also hiding its critical intention, marked to a great extent the tendency of the continuing currents of Pop art.

This selection is an excellent representation of current Pop art, from artists who have developed their careers in the United States, such as Mel Bochner and its famous monotypes made from collage, printing and relief, or Paul Rousso who, through his technical staff "Flat Depth" that gives three-dimensionality to flat objects, shows the sensuality of the crumpled waste and the visual force that can exist in any magazine, ticket or wrapping despised.

Works for sale in POP CULTURE

Mel Bochner | Amazing

Mel Bochner

Amazing, 2018

Monotype with collage, engraving and reliefs on Twinrocker paper

158.8 x 119.4 cm

Fidia Falaschetti | Happy me

Fidia Falaschetti

Happy me, 2017

Resin coated with coloured aluminium

18 x 18 x 12.7 cm

Joaquín Lalanne | La torre del poeta

Joaquín Lalanne


La torre del poeta, 2018

Oil on linen

130 x 50 cm


Joaquín Lalanne | Welcome

Joaquín Lalanne

Welcome, 2018

Oil on linen

114 x 146 cm

Mel Bochner | Meaningless

Mel Bochner

Meaningless, 2015

Monotype with collage, engraving and reliefs on Twinrocker paper

131 x 119 cm

Joaquín Lalanne | Super pop

Joaquín Lalanne

Super pop, 2017

Oil on canvas

81 x 100 cm

Gerard Mas | Call Center Lady

Gerard Mas

Call Center Lady, 2017

Polychrome alabaster

48 x 38 x 22 cm

Nick Veasey | Newspaper Man

Nick Veasey

Newspaper Man, 2008

Photography on DIASEC

127 x 102 cm

L'homme Jaune | Syria

L'homme Jaune

Syria, 2017

Acrylic on canvas

100 x 100 cm

Peter Anton | Raspberry-Lemon Ice Bar

Peter Anton

Raspberry-Lemon Ice Bar, 2017

Mixed technique

56 x 23 x 10 cm

Nick Veasey | Batman

Nick Veasey

Batman, 2016

Photography on DIASEC

119 x 119 cm


L'homme Jaune | Ceci est une fontaine 2

L'homme Jaune

Ceci est une fontaine 2, 2017

Acrylic on canvas

100 x 100 cm

Samuel Salcedo | Hey Mickey

Samuel Salcedo


Hey Mickey, 2018

Polychrome resin

33 x 15 x 10 cm


Gerard Mas | Rata Deidad

Gerard Mas

Rata Deidad, 2010

Bronce dorado y madera

57 x 20 x 33 cm


François Bel | Ringringring

François Bel

Ringringring, 2018

Acrylic glass

40 x 14 x 10 cm