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By Joan Gibbons

ISBN-10: 1850435855

ISBN-13: 9781850435853

Paintings and ads are frequently noticeable as strength enemies, with the single being loose from advertisement issues and the opposite established upon them. during this sincerely written and wide-ranging publication, Joan Gibbons argues quite for a collectively enriching dating among the 2, exhibiting how artists have reached a much wider viewers through embracing the strategies and mass media of ads, and the way advertisements has hired concerns and techniques of up to date artwork. Charting key issues of overlap and antagonism, she appears to be like on the paintings of artists from Andy Warhol, Barbara Kruger and Victor Burgin to Sylvie Fleurie and Swetlana Heger and at landmark campaigns from Silk minimize to Benetton's surprise of truth. Exploring state-of-the-art advertisements from the influential paintings of David Carson to Wieden and Kennedy's Nike campaigns and the paintings and advertisements paintings of Tony Kaye, she additionally appears to be like on the expanding endorsement of artwork through hugely branded items akin to Absolut vodka, to argue that artwork and ads needn't be jointly specific phrases.

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7 This idea that commercial advertising can make a legitimate contribution to a socialist society provides a useful foil to the perception of advertising that has recently dominated. Indeed, the contrast between attitudes to advertising in Russia in the interwar period and those which developed in the West immediately after the Second World War is pronounced, particularly in the USA. On that side of the Atlantic, post-war debates about the probity of advertising developed in the climate of the cold war, when fear of Soviet infiltration into the West was rampant and when advertising for many social critics came to carry both the sins of capitalism and the sins of communism at the same time.

Yet, while billboard art is accessible in the way that advertisements are, it is not always anonymous in the way that advertisements are. The work of major billboard artists was quickly identified as the product of individual authors and gained much of its status and authenticity from this fact. Interestingly, however, while works of art which ironically and parodically mimicked advertising without recourse to a product were appearing in the contexts normally associated with advertisements, the avant-garde advertisements which appeared at the same time began to shed any direct representation of the product and develop a signature style.

This was especially evident in the critique of ‘big business’ in the first cycle, 1980–1984, which is thematically related to Heartfield’s The Real Meaning of the Nazi Salute (1933), in which Art Invades and Appropriates 35 Hitler’s saluting hand is seen taking a backhander from big business. 20 In effect, the relationship of the Docklands posters with the historical avant-garde extended beyond practices associated initially with the USSR to those developed by politically radical artists in the context of Nazi Germany.

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