This title contains essays by Carter Ratcliff and Sarah Bancroft. James Rosenquist is one of the most important American artists of the past fifty years and a leading figure within the Pop Art movement of the 1960s. This publication and exhibition at Haunch of Venison, London, sets out to present the breadth and richness of Rosenquist's oeuvre. While including several groundbreaking works of Pop Art, it also features the astonishing series of 'abstract' paintings he has made since 1999. "His art is the product of New York, of its styles and attitudes, relentlessly clashing, its vertiginous architecture and the hectic intimacy of its streets." - Carter Ratcliff. It also includes an interview with the artist by Scott Rothkopf.