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Art Attack: The Midnight Politics of a Guerrilla Artist Artist Robbie Conal launched his first art attack in 1986, when he pasted Los Angeles with a portrait of a wrinkled Ronald Reagan and three other...Art Attack: The Midnight Politics of a Guerrilla ArtistNonfiction, Art/Fine Art, Politics and Current Events Artist Robbie Conal launched his first art attack in 1986, when he pasted Los Angeles with a portrait of a wrinkled Ronald Reagan and three other...1992-10-02HarperPerennial Library
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Art Attack: The Midnight Politics of a Guerrilla Artist

Genre: Nonfiction, Art/Fine Art, Politics and Current Events; Author: Robbie Conal; Publisher: HarperPerennial Library

Artist Robbie Conal launched his first art attack in 1986, when he pasted Los Angeles with a portrait of a wrinkled Ronald Reagan and three other slippery statesmen titled Men With No Lips. Since then he has parodied powermongers on city streets across the country, exhibited canvases of the originals in galleries, and taken commissions, most recently from Planned Parenthood. Art Attack: The Midnight Politics of a Guerrilla Artist chronicles his antics, along with the news items that inspire his fusions of political satire and pasteup comedy. A