Pop art and vernacular cultures
Kobena Mercer, editor.
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Pop art and vernacular cultures

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Pop art and vernacular cultures

First published in 2007



Pop art and vernacular cultures

This edition published in by MIT Press in Cambridge, Mass.


Table of Contents

Introduction / Kobena Mercer
Stop that acting: performance and authenticity in Shirley Clarke's portrait of Jason / Gavin Butt
On Bob Thompson and 1950s New York Bowery / Judith Wilson
Proposed reprint of Tomas Ybarra Fausto, on rasquachismo (1980s) / introduced by Holly Barnet-Sanchez
On pop and culture in 1960s Brazilian art / Sonia Salzstein
The uncommon universe of Bhuphen Khakhar / Geeta Kapur
Tropes of the grotesque in the black avant-garde / Kobena Mercer
Off the wall: Mr Peanut and other mod cons / Colin Richards
70% red, 25% white, 5% black, or even before Mao went pop / Martina Koppel-Yang.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Series
Annotating art's histories--cross-cultural perspectives in the visual arts -- v. 3

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
700.9/045
Library of Congress
NX456.5.P6 P65 2007

The Physical Object

Pagination
p. cm.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL17173386M
ISBN 13
9780262633505
LC Control Number
2006039111
Library Thing
4779865
Goodreads
1260096

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