Richard Hamilton @ ICA and Alan Cristea

Richard Hamilton is the first artist that tends to come to mind when they think about British Pop. Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing? His collage from 1957 is probably just as well known as Warhol’s prints and Lichtenstein’s graphic comic like images from 1960s New York. Now, his […]

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Pop Art @ Barbican

The first art that I ever engaged with as a child was Pop Art. I loved the cartoon colours, the vibrant energy and the overall aesthetic of it. If it weren’t for Pop Art I may never have widened my horizons into other kinds of art at all. The current Pop Art Design exhibition at […]

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Richard Hamilton @ National Gallery

When Richard Hamilton passed away last year he was working on an exhibition for the National Gallery. The British Pop artist famed for works such as ‘What is it that makes today’s homes so different? So Appealing?’, was known for his up-to-date, modern and ironic work. However it appears the artist’s work was also deeply […]

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Mystery of Appearance @ Haunch of Venison

Inscribed on the walls of the Haunch of Venison gallery in mayfair are the words: ‘To me, the mystery of painting today is how appearance can be made. I know it can be illustrated, I know it can be photographed. But how can this thing be made so that you catch the mystery of appearance […]

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