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The World Goes Pop

Tate Modern, London


While Pop Art is regarded as a celebration of Western consumer culture, this show sets out to tell its global story. Featuring artists from the Middle East and Latin America, it reveals how the movement was used as a language of protest in many mediums.

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(1966), Ushio Shinohara

Doll Festival (1966), Ushio Shinohara © Ushio and Noriko Shinohara

(1966), Evelyne Axell.

Valentine (1966), Evelyne Axell. Photo: Paul Louis © Evelyne Axell/DACS 2015

(1968), Teresa Burga.

Cubes (1968), Teresa Burga. Photo: Courtesy the artist and Galerie Barbara Thumm © Teresa Burga

(1962), Kiki Kogelnik

Bombs in Love (1962), Kiki Kogelnik

(1968), Joan Rabascall.

Atomic Kiss (1968), Joan Rabascall. Photo: Tony Coll © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2015

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