“The World Goes Pop” exhibit at the Tate Modern in London showcases 200 pop artworks from the 60s and 70s by lesser-known artists. Pictured, a piece by Ushio Shinohara called “Dolls Festival.”
“The World Goes Pop” exhibit at the Tate Modern in London showcases 200 pop artworks from the 60s and 70s by lesser-known artists. Pictured, a piece by Ushio Shinohara called “Dolls Festival.” Tate Modern TNS
“The World Goes Pop” exhibit at the Tate Modern in London showcases 200 pop artworks from the 60s and 70s by lesser-known artists. Pictured, a piece by Ushio Shinohara called “Dolls Festival.” Tate Modern TNS

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