Ray Johnson: how sad I am today--
Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, 1999 - Art - 149 pages
A comprehensive look at the work of Ray Johnson, the seminal American collage artist whose innovative oeuvre has been ignored by the self-referential mainstream art press. Critical essays investigate Johnson's imagination of mass culture and communication systems, his queer subjectivity and his insightful engagements with art movements of the 1960s including Fluxus, Pop Art and Conceptualism. Discover the rich legacy of an artist the art establishment doesn't want you to know about.
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