Artcrime: The Montage Art of Winston Smith, Volume Two
Last Gasp, 1998 - 96 páginas
"Artcrime" is the second collection at Winston's work to be published by Last Gasp, following the highly successful "Act Like Nothing's Wrong." Winston Smith gained mass appeal through his work with the Dead Kennedys, and the foreword of "Artcrime" is by notorious punk impressario Jello Biafra. "Following that time-tested tradition of montage, collage and random image appropriation, Winston Smith takes this medium one step further than his precursors, Max Ernst and Marcel Duchamp." Robert Williams "From Kurt Schwitter's 'merz to Heartfield's photo-montage warnings of global fascism, Winston Smith's use of pop magazine image keeps in sharp focus the ever encroaching apocalyptic nightmare.' S. Clay Wilson
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