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Hollywood is a Verb by Edward Ruscha, 1983; dry pigment on paper. Museum of Modern Art

Hollywood is a Verb by Edward Ruscha, dry pigment on paper. Museum of Modern Art

ed ruscha every building on the sunset strip

ed ruscha every building on the sunset strip Edward Ruscha, Every building on the Sunset Strip, 1966 54 pages (folded), black & white photographic illustrations; original slipcase, silver paper over boards;

Edward Ruscha "EVERY BUILDING ON SUNSET STRIP", Self Published, 1971. First Edition, Limited 1000 copies

Edward Ruscha "EVERY BUILDING ON SUNSET STRIP", Self Published, 1971. First Edition, Limited 1000 copies

Ed Ruscha y sus series de 26 gasolineras o 9 piscinas (búscalas) también deberían estar en tu estudio histórico artístico ya que fueron series pioneras en cuanto a la recolección de imágenes de un determinado grupo de estructuras arquitectónicas. El lo hace por otros motivos diferentes a los tuyos con los palomares, pero sería bueno que le echases un vistazo y leyeses algo sobre este autor @irmabasarte

Ed Rusha - Twentysix Gasoline Stations- "drawing attention to things that perhaps people didn't think needed drawing attention to"

YOU AND ME by Ed Ruscha

View YOU AND ME by Ed Ruscha on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Ed Ruscha.

Ed Ruscha, "A Particular Kind of Heaven",1983. Oil on canvas, 90 x 136 1/2 in. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Museum…

Ed Ruscha, "A Particular Kind of Oil on canvas, 90 x 136 in. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Museum…

Edward Ruscha ‘Pool #2’, 1968, printed 1997 © Edward Ruscha

Artwork page for ‘Pool Edward Ruscha, printed 1997

Hollywood Sign Backwards, part of original LACMA exhibit I think

Ed Ruscha: interview

The Back of Hollywood, Ed Ruscha, 1977 // Why we love it: Ruscha's work is saturated in the feeling of the West Coast: decadent with a touch of the sinister.

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