Confrontational continuum: modernism and the psychedelic art of Martin Sharp

@article{Organ2018ConfrontationalCM,
  title={Confrontational continuum: modernism and the psychedelic art of Martin Sharp},
  author={Michael Organ},
  journal={The Sixties},
  year={2018},
  volume={11},
  pages={156 - 182}
}
ABSTRACT The Australian artist Martin Sharp (1942–2013) produced a series of psychedelic artworks in London between 1966 and 1968, the most famous of which were the Disraeli Gears record cover for rock group Cream and the Bob Dylan Blowin’ in the Mind poster. Sharp’s work exemplifies the connection between early twentieth century Modernist art movements, Pop art and acid-induced psychedelia of the 1960s. In addition, the poster Max Ernst: The Birdman from 1967, represents a homage to Dada and… 

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