A CONSPIRACY OF IMAGES: Andy Warhol, Gerhard Richter, and the Art of the Cold War
Shortly after the Cuban missile crisis, Andy Warhol, in New York City, and Gerhard Richter, in East Germany, arrived at a similar aesthetic despite their antithetical backgrounds. Curley explores how the artists' developing aesethetic approaches were informed by the political agency and ambiguity of images produced during the Cold War, especially mass media images. Well illus.
Size: 8¼x10¼ inches
Item #: 5755050