1993. Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Softback. Book-VG. 12x9. 255pp. Colour frontis, profuse colour & b/w plates & photos. This revises understanding of one of the key movements in American art: the beginnings of Pop art. A style celebrated for its use of mass-reproduction, Pop art has conventionally been seen as constituting a complete break with the art movements that preceded it, and this reevaluates this perception by considering Pop art's complex, layered period of evolution, focusing on its crucial seven years of development.