Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists 1958-1968

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Pop Art was one of the most important artistic movements of the late twentieth century. Its adaptation of mediated, popular-culture imagery continues to influence artists, but until now, little attention has been paid to the important contributions that women made to the movement. Pop Art by women dealt less with direct consumerist critiques, instead subversively combating the stereotypical perceptions of women via advertising and film cliches. Work by women Pop artists ranges from Rosalyn Drexler's surreal film-noir riffs, ...

Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists 1958-1968 2010, Abbeville Press

ISBN-13: 9780789210654

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