Currently showing at the Tate Modern is ‘The EY Exhibition: THE WORLD GOES POP’. With over 200 works by artists from the 60’s & 70’s from Asia to Latin America, it celebrates the many faces of Pop Art – with the strong political messages and mass produced kitsch imagery from popular culture. The exhibition expands the notion of pop art much further than the typical North American and British phenomenon. Touching on the Vietnam war, consumerism, women rights, political propaganda & voyeurism, among others, Pop Art proves to be a truly universal language and one which has spawned many of our most popular rebel artists of today. It’s running till 24th January and is a must see for all pop art fans!
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