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Hungarian, 20th century, male.

Active in France from 1959.

Born 20 February 1931, in Budapest; died 22 March 1987, in Paris.

Painter, engraver.

Pop Art, Nova Figurace (New Figuration).

Atila first studied architecture in Paris, then in Stuttgart, before working with the painter Willy Baumeister. He moved definitively to Paris in ...


Belgian, 20th century, male.

Born 1938, in Tirlement (Brabant).

Painter, draughtsman.

Pop Art.

Hugo Duchateau trained at the higher institute of architecture and applied arts in Hasselt. He was a founder member of the Research Group in 1967.

He is regarded as an avant-garde artist of the Pop Art movement. In terms of both intention and execution, his work is centred around the production and the existence of objects: by juxtaposing the painter's tools, such as brushes and rules, and the marks left on the canvas by these tools, Duchateau attempts to describe the myth of the tool rather than trying to give a dialectical definition of the paint as material (as was rigorously pursued by Toroni, for example). He has taken part in various collective exhibitions, notably the São Paulo Biennale of ...


Elisabeth Lebovici

French painter, sculptor and printmaker. He briefly studied architecture in 1960 at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris but was self-taught as a painter. Sympathetic to Nouveau Réalisme but wishing to counter the lyricism of Art informel in the context of painting, he adopted a cool representational style, often using clichéd imagery. Such works brought him within the orbit of Pop art. Among his first paintings exhibited at the ...


Eric M. Wolf

American art collection that opened in 1987. In 2015 the collection contained approximately 17,000 objects, specializing in modern and contemporary art (with particular strength in Surrealism, School of Paris, Abstract Expressionism, Pop art, and Minimalism), antiquities, Byzantine art, and the art of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas. While the vast majority of works in the museum come from the collection of its late founders, John and Dominique ...


Eduardo Serrano

Colombian sculptor, collagist and conceptual artist. He studied architecture at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia in Bogotá from 1959 to 1965 and began at this time to make collages influenced by Pop art. In 1966 he made the first of his Boxes, painted in strong flat colours, often red or yellow, to which he affixed industrial elements such as telephone handsets. Soon afterwards he began to make only white boxes, using the colour to complement the mystery of the objects they contained, such as the heads, arms and legs of dolls, machine parts, wooden eggs and domestic objects; the penetrating humour and arbitrariness with which he juxtaposed such things recalled the spirit of Dada....


Argentinian, 20th century, male.

Born 1923, in Naples.


Pop Art.

Clorindo Testa qualified as an architect at the university in Buenos Aires. Between 1949 and 1951, he travelled in Europe. He lives and works in Buenos Aires. For many years he was known as one of the group of Argentinean abstract artists but, in the 1960s, he moved increasingly towards Pop Art, partly as a result of working in the field of advertising....


Spanish, 20th – 21st century, male.

Born 1958, in Bilbao.

Painter, photographer.

Pop Art.

Ugalde studied architecture, fine art and philosophy in Madrid. He then won a scholarship to stay in New York in 1986, where he lived until 1989. He now lives and works in Madrid. He is strongly influenced by Pop Art, incorporating people and scenes from comic strips, hieroglyphs and landscapes into his pictorial space. He subsequently photographed 'anything which grabbed (his) attention, deserted streets, retired villagers, tumbledown houses', to evoke contemporary rural Spain. He adds large splashes of white or grey paint and sticks parts of postcards, images of animals or people from comic strips to the images obtained. In ...


Marco Livingstone

American painter, draughtsman and printmaker. He took up painting as a self-taught artist in 1953, the same year in which he began working as an illustrator in the Production Engineering Department of Northrop Aircraft in Los Angeles. In 1960, two years after leaving that job and one year after marrying the American painter ...