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Nancy Astor, Marisol with

The Definitive Marisol Retrospective

Published on the occasion of the most comprehensive exhibition ever mounted on the iconic, irreverent, yet until-recently overlooked Pop artist Marisol—on view now at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts en route to the Toledo Museum of Art, Buffalo AKG Art Museum and the Dallas Museum of Art through 2025—Marisol: A Retrospective is a must-have monograph for anyone interested in contemporary art as well as a Holiday Gift Staff Pick, 2023. Alongside 275 color reproductions spanning sculpture, drawings, costume design, installation diagrams, commercial and activist works and archival photographs, this volume overflows with information via scholarly essays and robust captions, bibliography, and an exhibition history and illustrated chronology. Clearly ahead of her time not only in terms of her art production but her politics, over six decades Marisol brought a passionate criticality to issues of social justice for women and immigrants and was an outspoken advocate for the environment, among other causes. Featured photograph, by Nancy Astor, is of Marisol with La visita (The Visit) in 1964.

Marisol: A Retrospective

Marisol: A Retrospective

DelMonico Books/Buffalo AKG Art Museum
Hbk, 8 x 11.5 in. / 272 pgs / 275 color.

$75.00  free shipping

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