Pop Art Prints and Pots in Contemporary Art Society


18 March – 1 June 2014, Gallery 7.

Bright and bold pots, plus prints by leading British and international Pop artists go on display at the Whitechapel Gallery.

Highlights of the Contemporary Art Society show include Picasso plates of faces from the Attenborough Collection; Babe Rainbow by Peter Blake, the British Pop artist famed for the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper album cover; and Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry’s huge pot depicting skateboarders called Designer Rebellion .

The exhibition also includes an Andy Warhol screenprint showing the Birmingham, Alabama, race riots in 1963; British Pop artist Richard Hamilton’s My Marilyn (1966) of Marilyn Monroe, plus a toby jug of Gordon Brown and a Margaret Thatcher teapot, and a Jann Haworth fabric tea table.


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