Translation of pop art in Spanish:

pop art

pop-art, n.

noun

  • 1

    pop-art masculine
    • That's why they're a bridge between abstract expressionism and pop art.
    • Whether Asian Americans are buying traditional or contemporary, calligraphy on rice paper or pop art made from mixed media, they look for at least some reference to the Far East.
    • Roy Lichtenstein's pop art paintings had an immediate and forceful impact on my 17 year old grandson.
    • And just as artists' styles range from Norman Rockwell's homespun Americana to Andy Warhol's loud pop art, each of these skaters is genius in a different way.
    • Victoriana, primitive painting, pop art and surrealism are among the traditions ripe to be picked up from along the way.
    • Is it too much to expect art, even pop art, from a Tom Clancy movie?
    • The exhibition features everything from portraits to pop art as well as landscapes and abstracts.
    • His choice of synthetic polymer paint for these canvases enhanced their reference to pop art's mass-media sources.
    • It is a wonderful piece for lovers of both racing and pop art, and the sale of this beautiful poster benefits a great cause.
    • These trends point to a more complex reality than nineteenth-century realism, US pop art, or socialist realism in the East.
    • Located in Centro Storico, you enter an extraordinary space decorated in all manner of colourful kitsch, with pop art and plastic furniture scattered around like it's Warhol's Factory.
    • The 60s gave us the conversation pit, blow up furniture, pop art, and op-art while in the 70s any wall colour would do as long as it was brown.
    • The pop art icon Warhol was also a religious man - a little known fact.
    • For Hopkins to have fleshed out the story would have required a show five or six times this size, ranging freely across surrealism, pop art, performance and conceptualism.
    • Part Norman Rockwell, part Andy Warhol, Segal's work has been tossed in to every category from American realism and pop art to social expressionism and figurative sculpture.
    • Good to know that globalization has brought ‘It's not kitsch, it's pop art!’
    • ‘Forms like pop art are more popular in Britain,’ Hall says.
    • In the 60s, for instance, the technique of silk screens, previously used for commercial art, lent itself very much to pop art as used by Andy Warhol and Richard Hamilton.
    • From pop art to modern irony, this type of comic has been sampled everywhere.