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Post Pop: East Meets West (Saatchi Gallery)

Tuesday, 27 January, 2015 by Clare Lamport

The (re-) appropriation of Pop Art as an international movement is experiencing a resurgent moment. Until 3rd March, the Saatchi Gallery is presenting a major exhibition: ‘Post Pop: East Meets West’, exploring Pop art since the 1960s. This show gathers … Continue reading

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Richard Hamilton (Tate Modern)

Thursday, 20 February, 2014 by Harry Laughland

British Pop Art has recently been showing a resurgence in popularity. As international audiences and auction houses have recognised the relatively untapped wealth of importance and value respectively, the predecessors to the likes of Warhol, Lichtenstein, Johns and Rauschenberg have … Continue reading

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Derek Boshier: From Doris to Chemical Coyboys

Monday, 16 January, 2012 by Jane Scarth

A Response The reason for the sheer enjoyment I find in artists’ talks is that they take you away from your books and remind you about the reality of artwork in the context of the person who made it. Derek … Continue reading

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