'This is the first monograph on Michel Majerus's Los Angeles paintings — considered his most forceful in the years before his 2002 death. Majerus was known for his works that combined art history and popular culture — canonized styles, repackaging and juxtaposing familiar visual images, graphics and text with varied artistic techniques and genres, all on a colossal scale.'
With an essay by Joachim Jäger.
Published by WALTHER KÖNIG, KÖLN, 2005. Out of Print. In excellent condition.