The Works of Edward Ruscha.

Artworks by Edward Ruscha. Texts by Dave Hickey and Peter Plagens.
Hudson Hills Press, New York, 1982. 182 pp., 10½x10¼".

"Ruscha's graphic works have extended the boundaries of art through his use of unconventional materials--he has drawn with gunpowder and `painted' and printed with chocolate paste and other foodstuffs and organic substances. At the same time, his depictions of phrases and words, and the books he himself published of his own serial photographs (Twentysix Gasoline Stations, Every Building on the Sunset Strip, etc.), helped to establish the foundations of conceptual art. Now all of Ruscha's finest works in all mediums are brought together in an extraordinary volume designed by the artist himself."--the publisher.

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