When Britain Went Pop at Christie’s
Christie’s new Mayfair space launched with a POP this week with it’s inaugural exhibition, When Britain Went Pop. The showcase homes in on the catalysts of the British pop art movement that developed in the early 1940s and reached its crescendo in the late 1960s, when many of the most iconic works of the era were produced.
From the printed-paper collages of Eduardo Paolozzi, to the provocative, colour-drenched works of Allen Jones, the collection of works on display depict the vibrancy of a time when pop culture and fine art were first acquainted.
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