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Roy Lichtenstein

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Details: Ileana Sonnabend, Paris. 1969. First edition. Softcover. Saddle stitch. 20pp. 180 x 265mm. Printed in black and white, with colour centre spread. Unpaginated. Text in French.

About: Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with a show held June 1965. Interview with Roy Lichtenstein by Gene Swenson. Includes biography.

"Q. What is Pop Art? A. I don't know. Commercial art as a subject, perhaps? It was hard to find a picture so gross that you wouldn't want to hang it; we hung up anything. It was almost normal to frame a rag dripping with paint, because we accepted everything. The only painting, hated by everyone, was advertising art. But they didn't hate him enough, it seems.”

Very good condition; light shelf ware consistent with age. Slight tanning to edges. Ex library with usual stamps and inscriptions. Please contact me should you have any further questions about condition.

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