Twenty-one artists and collectives on what Pop art means to them

Jonathan Horowitz likes the fact that Pop art cuts to the chase; for Andrea Bowers, Pop art’s archeological sensibility helps stave off “historical amnesia”; Gary Hume describes Pop art as a splash of cold water in the face; and for Paul Pfeiffer, Pop offers an “expansive framework for looking at what identity means in relation to picture-making.” This month, Artforum asked twenty-one artists and collectives what Pop art means to them and how it influences their practices. Their responses, excerpted in the pages of the magazine, are presented in an expanded format for this web-exclusive special feature.

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