Poetics and Politics in the Art of Rudolf Baranik

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Presenting a study of Baranik's legendary artwork, this book shows how Baranik's use of socialist formalism since the 1950s forces us to reconsider the standard accounts of US post-war art. In paintings such as those that make up the Napalm Elegy series (1967-1974), Baranik used a language at once evocatively poetic and provocatively critical.

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