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Jasper Johns is one of the most significant figures in the history of postwar art. His work from 1955 to 1965 was pivotal, exercising an enormous impact on the subsequent development of pop, minimalism, and conceptual art in the U.S. and Europe. Jasper Johns: An Allegory of Painting, 1955-1965 examines the artist's interest in the condition of painting as a medium, a practice, and an instrument of encoded meaning through several interrelated motifs: the target, the “device,” the naming of colors, and the imprint of the body.
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Hardcover. 296 pages.
Yale University Press
W 8” H 11.50”
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