Writings by John Coplans
Edited by Stuart Morgan
Art / Criticism / Essays
6 x 8 inches
“What is distinctive about [Coplan’s] mind and the way it works is the ingenuity, curiosity, independence, range, and above all the sense of a pattern emerging without pressure….”
Provocations, a selection of John Coplans’ writings from 1963–1981, edited by art critic and curator Stuart Morgan, includes essays on Classic Modernism, Photography, and Pop Art, chapters from his now out-of-print books Kurt Schwitters (written with Walter Hopps) and Serial Imagery, and his controversial report on the decline of the Pasadena Art Museum.