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List of illustrations

  • Installation of Andy Warhol's Pop-art canvases in the storefront window of Bonwit Teller, New York
  • Bonwit Teller Window Display
  • Window Shoppers on Fifth Avenue
  • Claes Oldenburg in His Store
  • Shoppers on Orchard Street
  • Supermarket Exhibition at Bianchini Gallery
  • Old Fashioned Grocery Store vs. Supermarket
  • What Makes Women Buy
  • Supermarket Exhibition at Bianchini Gallery
  • Campbell's Soup advertisement
  • Andy Warhol and Campbell Soup Can Pyramids at Bianchini Gallery
  • Mrs. Kraushar in Her Bathroom
  • Still Life #30
  • When Nixon Met Khrushchev During Their Tour of An American Exhibition in Moscow
  • Kitchen
  • High-brow, Low-brow, Middle-brow
  • Great American Nude #6
  • Still Life #31
  • Great American Nude #48
  • Still Life #20
  • Living Room with Renoir Painting
  • Bathtub Collage #3
  • Kohler advertisement
  • Great American Nude #26
  • Great American Nude #52
  • Bedroom Ensemble
  • View of Interior of Kraushar Home in Lawrence, New York
  • Contemporary living room interior
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kraushar with art dealer Ben Birillo in the collectors' living room
  • Ethel Scull with Portrait by Andy Warhol
  • Mr. Kraushar in Bathroom
  • Mr. Kraushar in Bedroom
  • Playboy's Weekend Hideaway
  • Ben Heller's Living Room with Pollock's Blue Poles
  • Coupon for Sunlight automatic dishwasher detergent
  • Panel from "Run for Love!"
  • Hopeless
  • Whaam!
  • Okay, Hot-Shot
  • Panel from "Haunted Tank vs. Killer Tank"
  • Panel from "Run for Love!"
  • Drowning Girl
  • As I Opened Fire. . .
  • Eddie Diptych
  • Illustration from Erle Loran, Pop Artists or Copy Cats?
  • Little Big Painting
  • Roy Lichtenstein and his son Mitchell
  • Brazil Coffee advertisement
  • Marilyn Monroe
  • Publicity still of Marilyn Monroe for the film Niagara
  • Liz
  • Blue Liz as Cleopatra
  • Marilyn in Vogue
  • Marilyn Monroe
  • Marilyn
  • A Slight Misfit
  • Elvis, I
  • The Week That Was I
  • Portrait of Isabel Rawsthorne
  • Look Alike (Edie Sedgewick and Andy Warhol at the Silver Factory)
  • Judy Garland
  • Women and Dog
  • Women and Dog (view from the back)
  • Marisol Escobar with One of the Sculptures from The Party
  • Marisol Escobar
  • Marisol Escobar
  • Helen Frankenthaler in her New York Studio
  • Jane Wilson
  • Model with Marisol Escobar's Untitled
  • Model with Tom Wesselmann's Mouth #7
  • Model with Vasarely's Onix 2 and Minta
  • Model with George Segal's Walking Man
  • Artists' Fur Coats
  • The Modern American Wife
  • This is Your Wife
  • The Party
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Contents
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Illustrations
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Acknowledgments
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Description: A Taste for Pop: Pop Art, Gender, and Consumer Culture
While in the final stages of completing this manuscript, I chanced upon Lucy Lippard’s sharp rebuke of both Pop art and its champions for their aggressive colonization of the “woman’s domain.” I felt amused, vindicated, and deflated all at once. During the many years I had devoted to this project I had believed I would be the first to...
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“The truth is, the art galleries are being invaded by the pinheaded and contemptible style of gum chewers, bobby soxers, and worse, delinquents,” complained Max Kozloff in March 1962 ...
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In the early 1960s, art collector Leon Kraushar bought Tom Wesselmann’s Bathtub Collage #1 of 1963 and hung it on the wall of his home ...
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A young brunette stares, horror-struck, at the glass she balances between her well-manicured fingertips ...
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A painting of a person’s face may have little to do with the sitter’s personality: Andy Warhol portrayed Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Elvis Presley, and other movie stars in the early 1960s strictly in their role as public icons ...
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In Marisol’s sculpture Women and Dog of 1964, three fashionably dressed women and a little girl stroll side-by-side, a well-groomed dog in tow ...
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Description: A Taste for Pop: Pop Art, Gender, and Consumer Culture
~In this book, I have highlighted a select number of Pop-art images and exhibitions that intersected with practices of consumer culture considered feminine in the early 1960s. As we have seen, Pop art and its presentation in public pirated motifs, mimicked modes of display, and invited forms of evaluation associated with...
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