HAMILTON Richard (Hamilton Richard)( English artist)
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Biography HAMILTON Richard (Hamilton Richard)
In 1959, initiated a motion of pop art, collage by So what makes our homes so special, so attractive? (Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing?). In this work as a fragment including pictures muscular naked men and pretty women, the idea works - to show the triumph of modern materialism, . consumerism, . fed by advertising and media,
Hamilton was born on February 24, 1922 in London, studied at the school at the Royal Academy of Arts. The fame he has brought participation in the exhibition 'This is - tomorrow' Gallery in London Uaytchepe. Hamilton championed the concept of art, was an adept of modern pop culture and thus became the idol of young artists from 1950-1960-ies. His work was the focus of several large retrospective exhibitions in the Tate Gallery in London (1970), in the City Museum of Amsterdam (1971) and the Guggenheim Museum in New York (1973). Often, the artist accompanied by his works and exhibitions philosophical commentary. In 1983 was published collection of sayings (Collected Words) Hamilton, turn on the writings from 1953 to 1982.
Hamilton skillfully mastered techniques. Among his works in the field of prints and photographs - made in 1974, three-dimensional printmaking Palindrome (Palindrome). In this unique and, . usual, . with great ingenuity performance of the image as it passes from one mirror-like surface to another - from the illusory image of reality - and symbolically expresses the duality of the artist's vision, . has applied to the everyday world accustomed to a variety of events and possibilities of its reflection in art.,