Eduardo Paolozzi’s early deconsacrations – ‘Pop’ collages and lost-wax bronzes on view at Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert
Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert gallery are showing the first of a series of three exhibitions honouring Eduardo Paolozzi.
Co-founder of Science Saru Animation Studio and visionary director Maasaki Yuasa brings one of his most eccentric works to Western screens for a nationwide run on August 21-22 through US distributor GKids. Highly praised upon its initial release back in 2017, Yoru Wa Mijikashi Aruke Yo Otome (literally translated to The Night is Short, Walk on Girl) is sure to dizzy up spectators and paint towns red wherever it goes.
If art is all about movements, then there aren’t many bigger than Contemporary and Pop Art. The early 20th century provided us with some truly iconic pieces, and many of them were associated with some of the most prolific artists in history that could be placed under the Contemporary and Pop Art umbrellas.
War, Chairman Mao, lost children, figurative drawings and Feminism.
Examining the Pop art mosaics of the New York based artist Alex G. Cao is an inspiring journey into America’s dazzling 20th century pop culture legacy.
Pop art, Scottish art, motherhood, portraiture and a biohazard sign
What proportion of a show do you need to like? It may depend on how easily you can isolate the good parts of a curate’s egg.
The prolific career of Richard Hamilton, Britain’s pioneer of ‘pop’, is currently on show, being celebrated in style, as both the ICA and Tate Modern host exhibitions dedicated to the life, triumphs and innovations of one of the best of British art.
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