Ed Ruscha

The American pop-artist painting the art and words of the everyday.

Written by Craig Berry
Junior Designer at VBAT

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Ed Ruscha – Various works (1974–1981)
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Ed Ruscha – Blue Collar Trade School (1992) | The Old Trade School Building (2005)
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Ed Ruscha – Blue Collar Tool & Die (1992) | The Old Tool & Die Building (2005)
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Ed Ruscha – Blue Collar Tires (1992) | Expansion of the Old Tires Building (2005)
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Ed Ruscha – Blue Collar Tech-Chem (1992) | The Old Tech-Chem Building (2005)
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Ed Ruscha – Blue Collar Telephone (1992) | Site of a Former Telephone Booth (2005)
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SOME PRETTY EYES AND SOME ELECTRIC BILLS (1976) | CUSTOM-BUILT INTRIQUE (1981) | DID ANYONE SAY “DREAMBOAT”? (1975)
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Ed Ruscha–THERMOMETERS SHOULD LAST FOREVER | ARTISTS WHO MAKE “PIECES” (1976) | THINKING THE SAME (1974)
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Ed Ruscha–I PLEAD INSANITY BECAUSE I’M JUST CRAZY ABOUT THAT LITTLE GIRL (1976) | MAD SCIENTIST (1975) | HOLLYWOOD TANTRUM (1979)
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Ed Ruscha – THE MUSIC FROM THE BALCONIES (1984)
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Ed Ruscha – DAILY PLANET (2003) | PAY NOTHING UNTIL APRIL (2003)
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Ed Ruscha – HISTORY KIDS (2009) | TINY SUBJECTS (2009)
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Ed Ruscha – Our Flag (2017)
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Ed Ruscha — Mother’s Boys (2017)
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Ed Ruscha models for an upcoming exhibition
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Ed Ruscha in his studio

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written by Craig Berry, Creative at VBAT
edited by Connie Fluhme, PR at VBAT

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