In the U.S., artists in the mid-1950s began to create a to Pop. Strongly influenced by Dada and its emphasis on appropriation and everyday objects, artists increasingly worked with , consumer products, and a healthy dose of irony. Jasper Johns reimagined iconic imagery like the American flag; Robert Rauschenberg employed silk-screen printings and found objects; and Larry Rivers used images of mass-produced goods. All three are considered American of Pop.
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