Stocked Art Historian Talk: Dr. Christin J. Mamiya
"Full-House: Pop Art, Domesticity, and Consumer Culture"
Dismissed by early critics, then embraced by the general public, pop art represents a turning point in the history of art. Dr. Christin Mamiya addresses the consumer culture of the 1960s and how pop art developed. And how did pop art interpret issues that faced consumers of the 1960s? This discussion will focus on the home—a primary arena for consumer activity, and the role of women as consumers.
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