`High and Low': Modern art meets popular culture

Patton, Phil
November 1990
Smithsonian;Nov90, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p138
Discusses the Museum of Modern Art's exhibit "High and Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture" on view in New York from October 7 through January 15, 1991. Examination of a dialogue that helped shape 20th-century art, from commerce and comics to Picasso and Pop; Show's focus on four vital low arts: caricature, comics, graffiti and advertising; Controversial themes; What can be viewed at the show.


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