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Portraits: Penzinger Pop-Art hanging in the Atelier until April 14th

In addition to her design and furnishing projects, Penzinger artist Susanne Korab has devoted herself extensively to the theme of pop art in the past year. You can marvel at her artwork in the Sixth Arrondissement until April 14th.

Vienna/Penzing/Marialf. The artist’s second exhibition, Suzanne Korab, opened in February in the atelier of Asas-zt Architecture Office at Amerlingstraße 13 in the 6th district. PopArt 32 can be enjoyed there until April 14th during regular business hours.

Pop art as “art for the people” emerged in the 1950s as a response to consumerism, mass media, and mass culture and reached its peak in the 1960s and 1970s. Well-known representatives of this art movement include Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Keith Haring.

Pop art combines art and everyday life

“Pop art is so lively, sparkling, snappy and has always fascinated me,” says the artist. Capturing personality, personality, spirit, showing what is unique and special about people and capturing them in just a few strokes, which charms her. “In my photos I want to show how wonderful, diverse and unique they are.”

PopArt 32 can be enjoyed until April 14th.  |  Photo: Korab

The images are hand-drawn on an iPad in several hours’ work and can be used both professionally and privately – as a personal homepage photo, as a birthday or wedding gift, for presentations, company anniversaries, in social media and more.

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