Sympathy for the Devil

    Sympathy for the Devil

    Art and Rock and Roll Since 1967

    Dominic Molon

    Yale University Press 2007

    Hardback 288pp Illustrated 320x255mm

    9780300134261   Product Code: 88614

    The dynamic relationship between rock music and visual art crosses continents, generations, and cultures. Beginning with Andy Warhol’s involvement with The Velvet Underground in 1967, artists have maintained a strong connection to rock. Artists such as Slater Bradley, Mike Kelley, and Raymond Pettibon have created album covers and music videos for rock bands, while rock musicians such as Bryan Ferry, John Lennon, and Peter Townsend have emerged from art schools, and punk and new wave bands such as Talking Heads and Sonic Youth have shared the same social and artistic milieu as artists including Robert Longo and Richard Prince.

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