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This volume reviews the career of American painter and printmaker Jasper Johns via his works on paper and plastic—surveying some 30 objects spanning the years from 1955 to 2001—charting his interests, techniques, and aesthetic evolution. One of the leading proponents of the Pop Art movement, Johns culled his source material from popular culture with a preoccupation for the enigmatic character of everyday objects, language, and numeric systems.
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Softcover. 80 pages.
Yale University Press
W 9” H 11.75”
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