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Recommends Art

American Dream

British Museum, 9th March to 18th June

In 1960s America, print-making underwent a revolution. Stimulated by the vibrant visual culture of this confident world power, a young generation transformed the medium into a fine art. This landmark exhibition features 200 prints from 70 artists, from the woodcut “Stowage” by the African-American Willie Cole, to Claes Oldenburg’s three-way plug etching. Major artists of the last 50 years—from Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Louise Bourgeois, Donald Judd and Andy Warhol to Kara Walker and Ed Ruscha—are featured.

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In Prospect’s March issue: Sam Tanenhaus, George Magnus and Dahlia Lithwick examine the state of America after Donald Trump’s first couple of weeks. Tanenhaus looks at the situation faced by the American press, Magnus looks at the state of global trade and Lithwick inspects the diminishing right to choice women face over abortion. Anne Perkins explores the rise of Theresa May through the political ranks and David Edmonds looks at how empathy affects our decision making. Also in this issue: Jay Elwes on Trump’s relationship with America’s intelligence agencies, Anita Charlesworth on the state of the NHS and Nick Cohen on what is done in the name of “the people” by politicians