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Cross-Overs - Art into Pop Pop into Art by John A Walker a Comedia book publ 1987 Methuen

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Publisher: Methuen, London and New York, 1987 (a Comedia book). Paperback, 169 pages, illus in b&w. Cover and book are in sound condition with no tears, inscriptions or creases. A little foxing to endpapers and light tanning to page edges. A well illustrated and fascinating survey of the relationship of art to pop music and vice-versa from the 50s to the 80s starting with 'the Art School connection' and such former art student pop luminaries as Brian Eno, Adam Ant, Bryan Ferry, Ray Davies, Jeff Beck, Syd Barret, the Bonzos, Ian Dury, Pete Townsend and many more and looking at such collaborations as Andy Warhol and Velvet Underground, John and Yoko, Gerald Scarfe and Pink Floyd and Malcolm McLaren and Punk . A fascinating, engaging and highly entertaining read.

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Author(s):
John A Walker
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
169
Publisher:
a Comedia book publ by Methuen, 1987
Title:
Cross-Overs - Art into Pop Pop into Art

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Publisher: Methuen, London and New York, 1987 (a Comedia book). Paperback, 169 pages, illus in b&w. Cover and book are in sound condition with no tears, inscriptions or creases. A little foxing to endpapers and light tanning to page edges. A well illustrated and fascinating survey of the relationship of art to pop music and vice-versa from the 50s to the 80s starting with 'the Art School connection' and such former art student pop luminaries as Brian Eno, Adam Ant, Bryan Ferry, Ray Davies, Jeff Beck, Syd Barret, the Bonzos, Ian Dury, Pete Townsend and many more and looking at such collaborations as Andy Warhol and Velvet Underground, John and Yoko, Gerald Scarfe and Pink Floyd and Malcolm McLaren and Punk . A fascinating, engaging and highly entertaining read.

Author(s):
John A Walker
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
169
Publisher:
a Comedia book publ by Methuen, 1987
Title:
Cross-Overs - Art into Pop Pop into Art

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