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Screen Politics: Pop Art and the Atelier Populaire

2015

Abstract

Examining the technical and symbolic impact of pop art on the posters produced at the Atelier Populaire during the events of May 1968 in France, this paper highlights the use of pictorial devices associated with pop, such as the opaque projector and silkscreen, and explores the crossover between the production of the Atelier and the work of French artists including Bernard Rancillac, Guy de Rougemont and Gilles Aillaud.

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