This book looks at Lichtenstein's life through the lens of New York City, taking the reader to the Manhattan that Lichtenstein knew, from the Prohibition era through the postwar era and countercultural revolution to the well-heeled iconoclasm of the 80s and 90s. It is a fascinating biography of a major but sometimes neglected trailblazer of 20th-centruy American art; a guide to the studios, galleries, museums, bars, and houses where Lichtenstein lived and worked; and a roadmap to the places and public spaces in NYC where his art can be seen today.
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