The Artists that Defined the 1960s

The latest installment of Artsy’s decade-defining series focuses on the 1960s, the period of time in which the likes of Andy Warhol, Donald Judd, Dan Flavin, John Cage and others came to dominate the art world, meanwhile cementing New York as its epicenter. While Warhol’s bright Pop Art works caught international attention—introducing the scene to those not familiar with fine art—movements like Minimalism, Fluxus and Arte Povera flourished, introducing new dynamics in creativity.