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Pop art : a critical history

Author: Steven Henry Madoff
Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, ©1997.
Series: Documents of 20th century art.
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An anthology exploring the history of the pop art movement, drawn from art magazines, art historical journals, newspapers, and news magazines.
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Named Person: Roy Lichtenstein; Claes Oldenburg; James Rosenquist; Andy Warhol; Allan D'Arcangelo; Öyvind Fahlström; Peter Saul; Wayne Thiebaud; Roy Lichtenstein; Claes Oldenburg; James Rosenquist; Andy Warhol
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steven Henry Madoff
ISBN: 0520210182 9780520210189 0520212436 9780520212435
OCLC Number: 36883982
Description: xx, 420 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm.
Contents: Steven Henry Madoff, Wham! Blam! How pop art stormed the high-art citadel and what the critics said / Steven Henry Madoff --
1. Pre-Pop: American precursors, English currents : Frank O'Hara, from "Larry Rivers: 'Why I paint as I do' ; Alison and Peter Smithson, "But today we collect ads" ; Richard Hamilton, "Letter to Peter and Alison Smithson" ; Lawrence Alloway, "The arts and the mass media" ; Thomas B. Hess, "Mixed mediums or a soft revolution" ; Robert Rosenblum, "Jasper Johns" ; Clement Greenberg, from "After abstract expressionism" ; Jasia Reichardt, "Pop art and after" ; Alan R. Solomon, from "Robert Rauschenberg" --
2. The phenomenon of Pop: general essays and local reviews, 1962-1970 : Sidney Tillim, from "Month in Review: New York Exhibitions" ; Max Kozloff, "'Pop' culture, metaphysical disgust, and the new vulgarians" ; Jules Langsner, from "Los Angeles letter" ; G.R. Swenson, "The new American 'sign painters'" ; Sidney Janis, "On the theme of the exhibition" ; Brian O'Doherty, "Art: avant-garde revolt" ; John Coplans, "The new painting of common objects" ; Gilbert Sorrentino, "Kitch into 'art': the new realism" ; Barbara Rose, "Dada, then and now" ; Peter Selz et al, "A symposium on pop art" ; Barbara Rose, "Pop art at the Guggenheim" ; Peter Selz, "The flaccid art" ; Ivan C. Karp, "Anti-sensibility painting" ; Alan R. Solomon, "The new art" ; John Coplans, "Pop art, USA" ; Thomas B. Hess, from "Pop and public" ; G.R. Swenson, "What is pop art? part I" ; G.R. Swenson, from "What is pop art? part II" ; John Canaday, "Pop art sells on and on: why?" ; Tullia Zevi, "The biennale: how evil is pop art?" ; Max Kozloff, "Dissimulated pop" ; Unsigned, "Pop art exhibited, and it's crazy, dad" ; Robert Rosenblum, "Pop art and non-pop art" ; Sidney Tillim, "Further observations on the pop phenomenon" ; Bruce Glaser, "Oldenburg, Lichtenstein, Warhol: a discussion" ; Peter Benchley, "Special report: the story of pop" ; John Adkins Richardson, "Dada, camp, and the mode called pop" ; Dana Adams Schmidt, "London court fines a gallery for 'indecent' pop-art display" ; Peter Plagens, "Present-day styles and ready-made criticism" ; Lawrence Alloway, "Popular culture and pop art" ; John Russell, "Pop reappraised" ; Harold Rosenberg, "The art world: Marilyn Mondrian." 3. Focus: the major artists. Roy Lichtenstein : Unsigned, "Everything clear now?" ; Donald Judd, "In the galleries: Roy Lichtenstein" ; Robert Rosenblum, "Roy Lichtenstein and the realist revolt" ; Douglas McClellan, "Roy Lichtenstein, Ferus Gallery" ; Dorothy Seiberling, "Is he the worst artist in the U.S.?" ; John Ashbery, "Pop artist switches to aggressive neutral banality" ; John Coplans, "Talking with Roy Lichtenstein" ; Albert Boime, "Roy Lichtenstein and the comic strip" ; Diane Waldman, "Roy Lichtenstein" --
Claes Oldenburg : Claes Oldenburg, "Statement" ; Michael Fried, "New York letter" ; Jill Johnston, "Off off-broadway: 'Happenings' at Ray Gun Mfg. Co." ; Ellen H. Johnson, "The living object" ; Gerald Nordland, from "Marcel Duchamp and common object art" ; Donald Judd, "In the galleries: Claes Oldenburg" ; Öyvind Fahlström, "Object-making" ; Barbara Rose, "Claes Oldenburg's soft machines" ; Richard Kostelanetz, from "Claes Oldenburg" --
James Rosenquist : Gene R. Swenson, "Reviews and previews: new names this month: James Rosenquist" ; Edward F. Fry, essay from exhibition catalogue, James Rosenquist ; William Wilson, "Los Angeles: James Rosenquist" ; Lucy R. Lippard, "James Rosenquist: aspects of a multiple art" ; Doon Arbus, "The man in the paper suit" ; Hilton Kramer, "A new hangar for Rosenquist's Jet-Pop 'F-111'" ; Robert C. Scull, "Re the F-111: a collector's notes" ; Sidney Tillim, "Rosenquist at the Met: avant-garde or Red Guard?" ; Lawrence Alloway, "Art" --
Andy Warhol : Henry T. Hopkins, "Andy Warhol, Ferus Gallery" ; Michael Fried, from "New York letter" ; Donald Judd, "In the galleries: Andy Warhol" ; Arthur Danto, "The artworld" ; Unsigned, "Saint Andrew" ; Thomas B. Hess, "Reviews and previews: New names this month: Andy Warhol" ; Roger Vaughan, "Superpop or a night at the factory" ; David Antin, "Warhol: the silver tenement" ; William Wilson, "Prince of boredom: the repetitions and passivities of Andy Warhol" ; John Coplans, "Early Warhol: the systematic evolution of the impersonal style." 4. From center to periphery: other figures. Allan D'Arcangelo : Vivien Raynor, "In the galleries: Allan D'Arcangelo" ; Nicholas Calas, "Highways & by-ways" --
Jim Dine : Alan R. Solomon, "Jim Dine and the psychology of the new art" ; Robert Pincus-Witten, "New York: Jim Dine" --
Öyvind Fahlström : Torsten Ekbom, "Öyvind Fahlström: models of shattered reality" --
Robert Indiana : G.R. Swenson, "The horizons of Robert Indiana" ; Jan van der Marck, foreword from exhibition catalogue, Robert Indiana --
Mel Ramos : Jay Jacobs, "In the galleries: Mel Ramos" ; Robin Skelton, "The art of Mel Ramos" --
Edward Ruscha : Nancy Marmer, "Edward Ruscha, Ferus Gallery" ; John Coplans, "Concerning 'various small fires': Edward Ruscha discusses his perplexing publications" --
George Segal : Allan Kaprow, "Segal's vital mummies" ; John Perreault, "Plaster caste" --
Peter Saul : Jack Kroll, "Reviews and previews: new names this month: Peter Saul" ; Ellen H. Johnson, essay from exhibition catalogue, Peter Saul --
Wayne Thiebaud : Thomas B. Hess, "Reviews and previews: new names this month: Wayne Thiebaud" ; Diane Waldman, "Thiebaud: eros in cafeteria" --
John Wesley : Donald Judd, "In the galleries: John Wesley" --
Tom Wesselmann : Brian O'Doherty, "'Pop' show by Tom Wesselmann is revisited" ; J.A. Abramson, "Tom Wesselmann and the gates of horn" --
5. Revising Pop: later critical reflections : Max Kozloff, "American painting during the Cold War" ; Roland Barthes, "That old thing, art . . ." ; Robert Hughes, "The rise of Andy Warhol" ; Lynne Cooke, from "The independent group: British and American pop art, a 'Palimpcestuous' legacy" ; Bruce Altshuler, from "Pop triumphant: a new realism" --
Chronology : An exhibitions chronicle: 1958-1970 / Steven Henry Madoff and Alexandra Muse.
Series Title: Documents of 20th century art.
Responsibility: edited by Steven Henry Madoff.
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