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I Shot Warhol, Wesselmann, Lichtenstein, Rosenquist, and Indiana


I Shot Warhol, Wesselmann, Lichtenstein, Rosenquist, and Indiana: Photographs by Bob Adelman and William John Kennedy catalogue, published in conjunction with the exhibition, I Shot Warhol, Wesselmann, Lichtenstein, Rosenquist, and Indiana: Photographs by Bob Adelman and William John Kennedy.

The photographs in this catalogue provide a rare glimpse into the working studios of five artists who shaped the direction of American art in the 1960s. They are the sort of images that are irresistible, and in many ways almost as fascinating as the work these artists produced. There is a lot here - Andy Warhol at the Factory in the early 1960s surrounded by superstars and sycophants; a young Tom Wesselmann drawing for hours from the model for his Great American Nudes; Robert Indiana with early autobiographical American Dream word paintings; and the subliminal hedonism and danger in Rosenquist's imagery painted with flawless technique while balancing on a ladder before a billboard-sized canvas whose fragmented images are so large they are unrecognizable when viewed close up. Introduction by Boca Raton Museum senior curator, Wendy M. Blazier.

 

Publisher:Boca Raton Museum of Art
Publish Date: 2008
ISBN: 978-0-936859-76-7
Format: Soft cover
Number of Pages: 96 Pages
Images: Over 150
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