Neo Geo Sale
The Neo-Geometric Conceptualism movement—originated in New York City’s East Village in the mid-1980s, but extended to artists outside the United States—was developed as a counterpoint to Neo-Expressionism. The works are characterized by a strong conceptual content and a cool, distanced approach.
Combining found materials and Pop imagery, Haim Steinbach presents a satirical portrayal of contemporary culture in his mixed media sculpture, Pop Art I-1 (1990). Featuring a rubber mask of Bart Simpson flanked by ceramic breast mugs, Steinbach’s work comments on consumerism and the inundation of commercialism as is represented by banal objects.