Books by Jr. Appel

Released: Oct. 2, 1992

"And while identifying the art of celebration, he engages in it, finding the art of life through his highly refined and imaginative art of seeing. (Eighty b&w and 42 color illustrations—some seen.)"
In an appreciative romp through the arts—the painting, sculpture, photography, film, posters, literature, music, and even dance—from about 1906-1945, Appel (The Annotated Lolita, 1970) refutes the idea that modernism is obscure, abstract, and depressing. Read full book review >