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  • ISBN 0967144906
  • ISBN13 978-0967144900
  • Language English
  • Author James Rosenquist
  • Publisher Baldwin Gallery; Not Indicated edition (1999)
  • Formats mbr txt txt lrf
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory Individual Artists
  • Size ePub 1190 kb
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Introduction by Judith Goldman, 32 pages, clothbound with jacket, 11 color plates, 12-1/4 x 9-3/4 inches

James Rosenquist: Paintings 1996-1999.

James Rosenquist: Paintings 1996-1999. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780967144900. Release Date:January 1999. Publisher:Baldwin Gallery.

James Rosenquist (November 29, 1933 – March 31, 2017) was an American artist and one of the protagonists in the pop art movement. Drawing from his background working in sign painting, Rosenquist's pieces often explored the role of advertising and consumer culture in art and society, utilizing techniques he learned making commercial art to depict popular cultural icons and mundane everyday objects

I accumulate experiences. New York: Three Rivers Press, 1996.

I accumulate experiences. Over the past four decades, James Rosenquist’s work has reflected the world in which we live. Rosenquist’s approach to painting came out of a collage mentality that pieced together fragments of imagery gathered from advertising images. As Rosenquist scholar Julia Blaut notes, Collage for Rosenquist, as it had been since the Cubists first experimented with the medium around 1912, was a metaphor for modern and specifically urban life. Media Wizards: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Media Manipulations. Twenty-First Century Books, 1999.

Artwork description & Analysis: James Rosenquist painted this inverted and fragmented portrait of Marilyn Monroe just following her unexpected death in 1962. Like fellow Pop artist Andy Warhol, Rosenquist transformed Marilyn's iconic image. But whereas Warhol used well-known photographs of the celebrity sex symbol repetitiously, Rosenquist chose to present her in a manner that denied immediate recognition, while preserving her coquettishness.

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This hardcover includes James Rosenquist's big paintings over a 30 year span. It has 8 fold out sections of Rosenquist's big paintings with each leaf containing a separate image. the interviews are especially worthwhile to seeing inside of the mind of a great Pop artist.

While his work consists of easily recognized images, we only have a vague sense of the meaning of the fragments, inviting contemplation and consideration. The uncertainty of the work slowly unfolds into the stark reality of the present state of America. The present lot, Wild West World, 1996, from the series Target Practice, is a direct reference to American violence and rampant gun crime that is the cultural legacy of the cowboys of the Wild West. Drawing from his background working in sign painting, Rosenquist's pieces often explored the role of advertising and consumer culture in art and society, utilizing techniques he learned making commercial art to depict popular cultural icons and mundane everyday objects

James Rosenquist, Study for Marilyn, 1962 I have a long term love affair with this painting. 110 Minutes With James Rosenquist.

James Rosenquist, Study for Marilyn, 1962 I have a long term love affair with this painting. Famous Pop Art Artists James Rosenquist Cultura Pop Jim Dine Pop Art Movement Jasper Johns Arte Pop Claes Oldenburg Museum. The artist painted the town-from Times Square billboards to the Whitney-and painted the town, as a new memoir reveals. But the town he painted is gone.