Photo Revolution: Andy Warhol to Cindy Sherman
From pop art and conceptual art to emerging photo-based art forms like film and television, this book explores how and why the second half of the 20th century produced such abundance in the world of photography. Essays by scholars and collectors examine the use of collage, paper dresses, and the significance of TV programming and news photography within art.
- 10.5” H x 9" W
- 136 pages