The '1˘ Life' portfolio included original lithographs by both the key players in the American Pop Art scene and the masters of European Expressionism. The album also featured poems by American/Chinese artist/poet Walasse Ting who spearheaded the project which was edited by Sam Francis.
In May of 1966 Ting wrote about '1˘ Life' in ARTnews, "Some artists come to Paris to make lithographs. In New York I carry zinc plates to their studios, we drink and laugh ... Lichtenstein: Spent two weeks, each hour one dot".
|Image Size||32.2 x 27 cm|
|Paper Size||41.1 x 29.4 cm|
|Reference||'The Prints of Roy Lichtenstein A Catalogue Raisonné 1948-1997' by Corlett, Cat. no. 33.|
|Collections||British Museum, MOMA (NY), The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Stedelijk Collection, National Gallery of Australia|