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by Graham Bader,George Baker,Yve-Alain Bois,Benjamin H. D. Buchloh,Leah Dickerman,Donald Judd,Max Kozloff,John Jones,John Coplans,Jean-Claude Lebensztejn,Roy Lichtenstein,David Deitcher,Michael Lobel,Hal Foster

eBook Roy Lichtenstein (October Files) download ISBN: 0262512319
Author: Graham Bader,George Baker,Yve-Alain Bois,Benjamin H. D. Buchloh,Leah Dickerman,Donald Judd,Max Kozloff,John Jones,John Coplans,Jean-Claude Lebensztejn,Roy Lichtenstein,David Deitcher,Michael Lobel,Hal Foster
Publisher: The MIT Press; 1st. edition (February 20, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 216
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: History and Criticism

Graham Bader is Mellon Assistant Professor of Art History at Rice University. Series: October Files (Book 7).

Contributors Graham Bader, Yve-Alain Bois, John Coplans, David .

Contributors Graham Bader, Yve-Alain Bois, John Coplans, David Deitcher, Hal Foster, John Jones, Donald Judd, Max Kozloff, Jean-Claude Lebensztejn, Roy Lichtenstein, Michael Lobel show more. Format Hardback 216 pages. Yve-Alain Bois studied at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes under the guidance of Roland Barthes and Hubert Damisch.

Roy Lichtenstein book . Contributors Graham Bader, Yve-Alain Bois, John Coplans, David Deitcher, Hal Foster, John Jones, Donald Judd, Max Kozloff, Jean-Claude Lebensztejn, Roy Lichtenstein, Michael Lobel.

Contributors Graham Bader, Yve-Alain Bois, John Coplans, David Deitcher, Hal Foster, John Jones, Donald Judd, Max Kozloff, Jean-Claude Lebensztejn, Roy Lichtenstein, Michael Lobel. October Files October Files is a new series of inexpensive paperback books. Each book will address a body of work by an artist of the postwar period who has altered our understanding of art in significant ways and prompted a critical literature that is sophisticated and sustained.

Roy Lichtenstein's popular appeal-and his influence on pop culture, seen in everything from greeting cards .

Roy Lichtenstein's popular appeal-and his influence on pop culture, seen in everything from greeting cards to sitcoms-at times overshadows his importance to contemporary art. Yet, examined on its own terms, Lichtenstein's comics-inspired, deadpan artwork remains as truly unsettling to art-world orthodoxies today as when it first gained wide attention in the early 1960s. ContributorsGraham Bader, Yve-Alain Bois, John Coplans, David Deitcher, Hal Foster, John Jones, Donald Judd, Max Kozloff, Jean-Claude Lebensztejn, Roy Lichtenstein, Michael Lobel.

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The most comprehensive collection on Lichtenstein, from the earliest reviews to recent reassessments, including several hard-to-find and previously unpublished pieces.

Roy Lichtenstein's popular appeal―and his influence on pop culture, seen in everything from greeting cards to sitcoms―at times overshadows his importance to contemporary art. Yet, examined on its own terms, Lichtenstein's comics-inspired, deadpan artwork remains as truly unsettling to art-world orthodoxies today as when it first gained wide attention in the early 1960s. Lichtenstein (1923-1997), a central figure in Pop, consistently savaged the rules of painting―while remaining committed to the most traditional procedures and goals of the medium. (He once said, “The things that I have apparently parodied I actually admire and I really don't know what the implication of that is.”) This book offers the most comprehensive collection of writings on Lichtenstein's work to appear in thirty-five years, with early reviews, artist interviews and statements (some never before published), and recent reassessments. The book includes Donald Judd's reviews of Lichtenstein's three solo Pop shows in the early 1960s, an essay on the artist's 1969 Guggenheim retrospective, interviews that touch on topics ranging from the New York art world to Monet and Matisse, the transcript of a 1995 slide presentation in which Lichtenstein surveyed three decades of his work, and an in-depth study of Lichtenstein's first Pop painting, Look Mickey (1961). The texts explore Lichtenstein's career across the boundaries of medium and period, excavating early critical discussions and surveying more recent reexaminations of his artistic practice. The collection will be an indispensable resource for those interested in Lichtenstein, Pop Art, and American culture of the 1960s.

ContributorsGraham Bader, Yve-Alain Bois, John Coplans, David Deitcher, Hal Foster, John Jones, Donald Judd, Max Kozloff, Jean-Claude Lebensztejn, Roy Lichtenstein, Michael Lobel