You might not have heard of Roy Lichtenstein or know anything about art, but I can guarantee you will recognise his work. The cartoon style images, dots, bold colours and heavy black outlines are instantly recognizable . His work has inspired famous London artists such as Damien Hirst, and fashion lovers will know Phillip Lim’s covetable knitwear collection inspired by the artist himself. Now a very exciting retrospective is proudly presented at the amazing Tate Modern on London’s famous Southbank.

This major exhibition of his work features 125 pieces of his most famous and definitive art. Lichtenstein was at the forefront of the 1960s pop art movement and had a lasting impact on art history. So if you are in town, bag yourself a ticket and experience a truly unique slice of pop culture. His work is one of the most collectible in the world, so although you won’t walk away with a piece to display in your own home, you can at least take away some fantastic memorabilia from the ever impressive Tate Modern Shop.

This retrospective of one of the great artists of the twentieth century is definitely one to see this spring in London.



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Hi, I'm Nicola. A 30-something Londoner who lives for fashion. If I'm not running or reading, you'll find me writing or eating. Or drinking and dancing. I've travelled the world but my heart will always belong to London Town. I hope you enjoy my reviews.



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