Pilules capsules conciliabules 1966 by Bernard Rancilac. Credit: Nathalie Rancillac

Pilules capsules conciliabules 1966 by Bernard Rancilac. Credit: Nathalie Rancillac

Think of ‘pop art’ and you’re most likely to picture Andy Warhol’s duplicate celebrity portraits or Roy Lichtenstein’s giant comic-book panels. However, while these iconic artists have come to define pop art in our collective memory, many equally significant artists have faded into history, something this exhibition seeks to readdress. Bringing together around 160 works from the 1960s and 1970s, visitors can uncover how pop art received hugely influential contributions from around the world from many less well-known artists, particularly women.

September 17th - January 24th 2016. 
Tate Modern, Bankside, SE1 9TG. 020 7887 8888.
www.tate.org.uk

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