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This set of books explores the Pop movement from all angles, discussing its interpretation as critique or celebration of consumerism, mass production, and contemporary graphic art—whether Pop is simply another manifestation of popular culture or subversive criticism of it.
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Includes two books. Pop: Edited by Mark Francis, with a survey by Hal Foster. Paperback. 204 pages. Pop Art, by Bradford Collins. Paperback. 448 pages.
Founded in Vienna in 1923, Phaidon is one of the world’s leading publishers of books on the visual arts. The worldwide company has collaborated with some of the most creative artists, architects, designers, photographers and chefs of the 20th and 21st centuries. More than coffee table decor, its lavishly illustrated tomes are objects of continual discussion.