Pop Surrealism: The Rise Of Underground Art

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With its origins in 1960's hot rod culture, underground comix, and rock music posters, Pop Surrealism/Lowbrow Art has evolved and expanded into the most vilified, vital, and exciting movement in contemporary art.

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Pop Surrealism is the first book to offer a comprehensive survey of this movement featuring 23 of today's most important and interesting artists.

Includes work by: Anthony Ausgang, Glenn Barr, Tim Biskup, Kalynn Campbel, The Clayton Brothers, Joe Coleman, Camille Rose Garcia, Alex Gross, Don Ed Hardy, Charles Krafft, Liz McGrath, Scott Musgrove, Niagara, Marion Peck, The Pizz, Lisa Petrucci, Mark Ryden, Isabel Samaras, Todd Schorr, Shag, Robert Williams, Eric White, XNO.

Includes essays by Robert Williams, Carlo McCormick and Larry Reid.

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Author Kirsten Anderson (editor)
Publisher Last Gasp
Page Count 156pp
Publication Size 10.25 x 10.25
Publication Notes Hardcover, Color
Publication Date October 31, 2004
ISBN 978-0867196184

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