With Pop art, we see the merging of the realms of art and popular culture, art and technology, and art and commercialism that began with the Impressionists and Post-Impressionists and that continued to define modern art in different ways over the 20 Century.
With Minimalism, we see the final explorations of the possibilities of strict geometric and non-representational abstraction that here harnesses the space beyond the gallery’s wall or sculptural pedestal to re-define the boundaries of art beyond the two and three-dimensional.
This was how Warhol started working in the world of glamour, in which he would come to be successful as an artist, consequently becoming famous.
Addressing Warhol's life outside of the historical context of art significantly reduces his contribution to the history of art.
Also, explain how it relates to the viewer in a unique and/or different ways.
Andy Warhol (1928 - 1987), known by the nickname of "the Pope of Pop", did not have an easy life, both socially and in the world of Art.
James Rosenquist, House of Fire, 1981, oil on canvas, 78 inches x 17 feet, 6 inches.
Met Museum of Art Pop Art and Minimalism Pop art and Minimalism follow Abstract Expressionism in the 1950s and ‘60s.
Therefore, it is not surprising that his mother became his greatest influence, both in his life and career.
To entertain him, his mother would give to Andy magazines with movie stars, asking him to draw them and make collages.