An essential overview of Lichtenstein’s career, tracing his earliest Pop statements through to later “brushstroke” retorts to Abstract Expressionism and reinterpretations of modern masterpieces. We look at his leading position in mid-century modernism, and the ways in which his works both critique and chronicle 20th-century America. Written by Janis Hendrickson. Part of TASCHEN’s Basic Art series.
• 96 pages
• Full color