While some of the leading figures of pop art, like Andy Warhol in the United States and Richard Hamilton in Britain, may be household names, the movement was much broader than is often realized. In the 1960s and 70s, painters and graphic designers were drawn to the colors and immediacy of advertising and consumer culture around the world. The Tate Modern’s EY Exhibition looks at the artists who changed our vision of contemporary life from Asia to Latin America.
Through January 24, 2016.Photo by Jean-Pierre Dalbéra/Flickr.
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