Cross-Overs Art Into Pop/ Pop Into Art
This book, first published in 1987, was the first major survey of the links between the visual arts and pop music over the last thirty years. It brings to light the ideas, styles and people who have influenced both the look of pop and the shape of art. It examines how pop uses art movements like Dada, Futurism and Surrealism in everything from the design of album covers to the creation of a group’s look, stage act and video; how art uses pop, as a subject for painting, sculpture and design; the vital role of the British art school connection; and collaborations and cross-overs – between the visual arts and groups, musicians and movements.rnrnThis illustrated volume documents the visual dimensions of rock and pop music in the USA and UK - the bands that started at art school, images of pop musicians in paintings, sculptures, posters, photographs etc., collaborations between artists and rock groups (ed Warhol and the Velvet Underground, John and Yoko). There are also chapters on pop music videos and scratch videos. This was a pioneering book that is always in demand.rnrnThe author, a noted art critic and art historian, trained as a painter at the same art school as Bryan Ferry of Roxy Music.
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