American Art of the 1960s
John Elderfield, James Leggio, Susan Weiley
The Museum of Modern Art, 1991 - Art - 184 pages
Essays discuss Ad Reinhardt, Jasper Johns, J.M.W. Turner, Jim Dine, minimalism, Robert Venturi, and Elia Kazan's "Wild River."
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