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    Hand-Painted Pop: American Art in Transition, 1955-62
    by Donna M. De Salvo (Author, Editor), Paul Schimmel (Editor), Russell Ferguson (Editor), David Deitcher (Editor)

    PDF | 1992 | 256 pages | ISBN: 0914357298, 0847816311 | English | 28 MB
    This catalog accompanies an exhibition of the same name that will travel from Los Angeles to Chicago to New York in 1993. Commonly, pop art is thought of as mechanically produced and reproduced art. Though it may be loaded with color and crash/bang action images, it expresses cool detachment through the exclusion of brush strokes and the nearly industrial production.

    The contributors here make an impressive case for thinking of pop art as closely related to the abstract expressionist New York School, in which the passion of artists pushing and brushing paint around the canvas was a given. Ironically, this exhibition catalog is less valuable for its visuals, which are familiar if not memorable, than for its insights into the link of abstraction and early pop art as the 1950s became the 1960s.

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