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Le Pop Art en Europe: de Valerio Adami à Christian Zeimert


560 pages
Text(s) by Renaud Faroux, Michel Lunardelli
25.3 x 18.2 cm 
Language: French
Publisher: Mare et Martin

The art historian Renaud Faroux and the photographer Michel Lunardelli have criss-crossed Europe from Paris to Milan, from London to Madrid, following the footsteps of the last great Pop Art artists of the 1960s. The formula "European Pop Art" may surprise some: it's like when the English talk about French rock and say that it's as good as British wine!

If for the general public Pop Art is a North American phenomenon embodied by Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, this work questions this American chauvinism and underlines the extraordinary gemellity of the creation that developed in Europe and across the Atlantic.

As Peter Blake summarizes it: "If American Pop Art is a reflection of real life, in England it is above all a matter of dream and in France, a political fight!".