eduardo paolozzi

Collection by Michael Adlem

Michael Adlem
Eduardo Paolozzi - Dr Pepper Brutalism: Demand for ultimate reality in art and design; brutal rejection of all conceptual, theoretical litterary looks and romanticist immanency inwhich Pop is born with all it's freshness. Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Art Pop, Cultura Pop, Andy Warhol, Peter Blake, Dr. Pepper, Richard Hamilton, Eduardo Paolozzi

Eduardo Paolozzi

One of my early heroes today – Eduardo Paolozzi (1924 – 2005). Paolozzi, the son of Italian parents, was born in Edinburgh in 1924. In 1943 he studied at the College of Art in Edinburgh in 1944 at the St Martin's School of Art and finally at the Slade School of Art in Oxford from 1945 to 1947, after which he worked in Paris. While in Paris from 1947–1949, Paolozzi became acquainted with Alberto Giacometti, Jean Arp, Constantin Brancusi, Georges Braque and Fernand Léger. This period became an…

Eduardo Paolozzi' pop art prints at Yorkshire Sculpture Park Cultura Pop, Eduardo Paolozzi, James Rosenquist, Neo Dada, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Pop Art Movement, Claes Oldenburg, Park Art, Wallpaper Magazine

‘Secrets of Internal Combustion Engine’, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, 1967 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Secrets of Internal Combustion Engine’, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, 1967

347 x cm Paolozzi was a Scottish sculptor and artist and is widely considered to be one of the pioneers of pop art. This collage show his fascination with popular culture and technology, as well as with the glamour of American consumerism. Appropriation Art, Art Du Collage, Collage Artists, Cultura Pop, Photomontage, Richard Hamilton, Eduardo Paolozzi, James Rosenquist, Pop Art Movement

Eduardo Paolozzi

Eduardo Paolozzi, sculptor/printmaker, born in Edinburgh of Italian descent. Many of his sculptures were assemblages of discarded pieces which he then cast into different metals. Some of his scul…

 Reading Paul Theroux's Dark Star Safari for Essay Writing - his thesis: "Only Africans were capable of making a difference in Africa. Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Peter Blake, Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol, David Hockney, Richard Hamilton, Eduardo Paolozzi, James Rosenquist

Eduardo Paolozzi. Architectural Design 35 September 1965, cover

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Eduardo Paolozzi Sculpture by Paul 'Tuna' Turner, via Flickr Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Industrial Sculptures, Eduardo Paolozzi, James Rosenquist, Pop Art Artists, Installation Architecture, Modern Pop Art, Spring Projects

Eduardo Paolozzi Sculpture

One of Eduardo Paolozzi's aluminium sculptures in the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. The Yorkshire Sculpture Park is just of the M1 at West Bretton, near Wakefield and occupies a 500-acre country estate interspersed with numerous outdoor sculptures. There are numerous trails and paths through various zones, with sculptures by such artists as Henry Moore and Antony Gormley among those whose works are exhibited. The sculptures – which are regularly moved from place to place within the park – blend…

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi ‘Real Gold’, 1949 © The Eduardo Paolozzi Foundation Cultura Pop, Science Fiction, Eduardo Paolozzi, James Rosenquist, Pop Art, Nicole Farhi, Magazine Pictures, Claes Oldenburg, Jasper Johns

Eduardo Paolozzi: Living in a materialist world

The Scottish artist found fame as a Pop Art pioneer, but it is his colourful collages, poking fun at post-war consumer society, which catch the eye of Adrian Hamilton at a revealing show in Chichester

Jazz It Up A Little by Rosh Thanki, Eduardo Paolozzi saxophone tiles at Tottenham Court Road station Eduardo Paolozzi, Mosaic Art, Mosaics, Jazz Club, London Underground, Mosaic Designs, Cool Words, Traveling By Yourself, Kids Rugs

Jazz It Up A Little

I've reached halfway in my 100 day project, and what better way to celebrate than with a little jazz? I had an unexpected evening last night, consisting of going to see the weird yet wonderful Berlin duo Lambert at the Vortex Jazz Club.