NEON LOVERS GLOW IN THE DARK
Lili Lakich (born June 4, 1944) is a pioneer of neon sculpture. She began making art in the 60's and choose neon because at the time no one had considered it a medium worthy of fine art. It was a medium for advertising - sleazy bars, shoe repair shops and cheap motels. It was the connection between the stigma of neon and the equal contempt with which emotions are regarded in our culture that informed Lili's early work.
- Publisher/Copyright : Museum of Neon Art Los Angeles
- Artist : Lili Lakich
- Printed and Bound by Dai Nippon Co. Tokyo Japan
- Pages: 96 pages
- Cover: Hardcover cloth bound with foil emboss
- Publication Date: 1986
- Edition: English
Neon Lovers Glow In The Dark was published in conjunction with her exhibition of the same name in 1986. But its so much more than a catalogue of the art, its a personal journey through her creative process and inspirations which lead to the development and creation of each sculpture. Featuring illustrations, photos and colour plates, It is a highly personal document by one of the pioneers of neon art.
Due to the vintage nature of this book, it may contain small folds, and spots, which add to the unique character of well-loved, vintage items.