A mid 1950s to mid 1960s style in the United States that bridged Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art. The term was first used in a January 1958 issue of "ARTnews" magazine to describe work of Jasper Johns, Allan Kaprow, Robert Rauschenberg and Cy Twombly. However, Neo-Dada became more associated with Johns and Rauschenberg, who used gestural methods of the Abstract Expressionists but painted recognizable, everyday objects into their artwork. Source: Robert Atkins, "Art Speak"<br><br>See Pop Art.