This catalog of pop artist Rosenquist’s early work coincides with an exhibit at Manhattan’s Gagosian Gallery. A brief, informative, refreshingly cant-free essay examines the influence of Rosenquist’s early days as a billboard painter, his early themes and techniques, and his similarities and differences with other pop artists like Warhol and Lichtenstein. A revealing interview with the artist, an examination of his collage sources, and 64 illustrations (most in color) are also included. The material presented seems a bit abbreviated even for an exhibit catalog. Libraries with major collections on modern American art will want this slim volume; others can afford to wait for something more comprehensive.