‘Ed Ruscha/Now Then’ Review: American Art’s Deadpan Laureate

Ed Ruscha, intrepid explorer of language and image, prefigured a digital culture of words on the move. A retrospective at MoMA shines new light on his groundbreaking career: the books, the paintings, the room made of chocolate.
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