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4 Ruscha, Leave, 216. 5 Liz Kotz, ‘Language between performance and photography’, in Kotz, Words to be Looked At: Language in 1960s Art, Cambridge, MA, 2007, ch. 5, 194. 6 Kotz, Words, 89. 7 See Sylvia Wolf, Ed Ruscha and Photography, New York, Whitney Museum of Contemporary Art, 2004; Ed Ruscha: Photographer, Whitney Museum of American Art, 2006, with an essay by Margit Rowell; Edward Ruscha: Editions, 1959–1999: Catalogue Raisonne´ [catalogue and] essays by Siri Engberg and Clive Phillpot, Minneapolis, The Walker Art Center, 1999; Ed Ruscha, The Works of Edward Ruscha, essays by Dave Hickey and Peter Plagens, introduction by Anne Livet, with a foreword by Henry T.
2 The exhibition, By or of Marcel Duchamp or Rrose Se´lavy, Pasadena Art Museum, October 1963, was curated by Walter Hopps, formerly of Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles. It is also relevant to point out that the first monograph on Duchamp by Robert Lebel was translated and published in 1959. Lebel, Marcel Duchamp, trans. George Heard Hamilton, New York, 1959. 3 Ruscha, Leave, 300. 4 Ruscha, Leave, 216. 5 Liz Kotz, ‘Language between performance and photography’, in Kotz, Words to be Looked At: Language in 1960s Art, Cambridge, MA, 2007, ch.
The section on Ruscha bears the heading ‘Deadpan transience’. 13 Foster, Krauss, Bois and Buchloh, Art since 1900, 505. ), Leave any Information at the Signal, Cambridge, MA, 2002, 24, 26, 217. 15 Alloway, ‘Artists and photographs’, 20. 16 Roland Barthes, ‘. . That old thing, art . ‘, in Barthes, The Responsibility of Forms, trans. Richard Howard, New York, 1985, 201–2. 17 I do believe that Ruscha’s photographs – and many of his paintings – ‘desymbolize’ or are meant to suggest a ‘pre-symbolic’ state.