Neo-pop

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Neo-pop is a postmodern art[1] movement of the 1980s. The term refers to artists influenced by pop art, such as Jeff Koons[2] and Sam Havadtoy in the USA. In the 2000s the work of Takashi Murakami in Japan and in 2009 the Arts project Nicolas Lepaulmier in French has also been described as neo-pop. Ken Done in Australia became world famous for his businesslike approach to art related merchandise including tea towels, key rings, t-shirts, sarongs.

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  1. ^ Fred S. Kleiner, Helen Gardner, Christin J. Mamiya, Richard G. Tansey, Gardner's Art Through the Ages: Chapters 19-34, Thomson Wadsworth, 2004, p1068. ISBN 0-534-64091-5
  2. ^ Peter Childs, Mike Storry, Encyclopedia of Contemporary British Culture, Taylor & Francis, 1999, p413. ISBN 0-415-14726-3