Edward Kienholz

America My Hometown

Softcover

25 x 24.5 cm   (9.8 x 9.4 in)

Published by Blain|Southern

2018

Pages: 83

£20.00

In stock

“traces Kienholz’s formative years (1954-1967), showing an artist coming to terms with his unique vision and the social climate of the US”

America My Hometown traces Edward Kienholz’s formative years (1954-1967), showing an artist coming to terms with both his unique vision and the social climate of the US throughout this tumultuous era. The work is direct and raw in its execution, as well as unsparingly critical of the political problems of twentieth-century America.

Featuring texts by art historian David Anfam and artist Jake Chapman, as well as a foreword by Craig Burnett.

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