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Critical Review

A nod to beat poet Allan Ginsberg’s anthology, The New Fall of America shows Lichtenstein’s artistic approach to social commentary. The artist’s growing expertise in the field coincided with the technical renaissance of American printmaking.

Lichtenstein skilfully achieved tone and texture in his works by employing his iconic Ben Day dots, regularised patterns, thick black outlines and saturated primary colours. As a rule, his schematised compositions were abstracted from comic strips, as well as fine art sources.

The common denominator for American poet Allen Ginsberg (1926-1997) and Lichtenstein’s artistic experimentation was their desire to engage in social commentary. They were born and both raised during the infamous jazz age of the 1930s. Therefore, the musical influence of the era also stayed with them throughout their respective careers.

In their creative endeavours, Lichtenstein and Ginsberg both aimed to detach themselves from the declining attributes of their homeland, induced by social upheaval and industrial reach. They ridiculed the country’s political mishaps and social wrongdoings from a distance, only to realise that they too are, for better or worse, America incarnated. For this reason, they both felt the need to shed light on what was still salvageable; literature, art and freedom of expression.

Ginsberg was a central member of the Beat Generation, a literary movement occupied with contemplating American culture and politics in the post-war era. His 1972 poetry collection, The Fall Of America, was an extensive literary statement detailing the political unrest the US experienced in the aftermath of World War II. Two decades after the publication of Ginsberg’s poems, Lichtenstein was entrusted with illustrating a new edition of the book.