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    A Taste for Pop
    Pop Art, Gender, and Consumer Culture

    by Cecile Whiting

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    • Release date: May 13, 1997
    • Author: Cecile Whiting
    • ISBN: 9780521450041 (0521450047)
    • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
    • Format: hardcover, 320 pages
    • Language: english

    About The Book

    When Pop-art paintings depicted Campbell soup cans or comic-book scenes of teen romance, did they stoop to the level of their mundane sources, or did they instead transmogrify the detritus of consumer culture into high art? In this study, Cecile Whiting declares the issues fundamentally irresolvable and instead takes the question itself, along with the varied answers it has generated, as the object of her analysis. Whiting presents case studies that focus on works by four artists — Tom Wesselmann, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, and Marisol Escobar — who are closely associated with the Pop-art movement. Throughout her engaging analyses, Whiting unravels the gendered overtones of their cultural manoeuverings, noting how the connotations of masculinity as attached to the seriousness of high art, and the presumed frivolity and caprice of a feminine world of consumption repositioned cultural frontiers and reformulated the relation between sexes.

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