Wayne Thiebaud’s paintings of cake helped develop American Pop Art in the 1960s.
Archibald Motley’s style represented a new to complement Alain Locke’s New Negro, and maybe a new, more just America.
He won the Guggenheim Fellowship and studied under Constantin Brancusi. He designed dance sets for Martha Graham and George Balanchine. He had an affair with Frida Kahlo. He designed gardens for UNESCO and sculptures for Wall Street And, he invented the coffee table.
Check out Picasso’s total genius by taking a deep dive into one of his greatest works Les Demoiselles D’Avignon.
It’s hip to be square. Or, what 80s American pop songs and early 20th Century Polish-Russian artists have in common.
Exploring Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks and various pop culture parodies.