Posted on January 25 2016
Proving that pop art is more than Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, The World Goes Pop at the Tate Modern is an exhibition that tracks pop art through the ages and the world. We couldn’t recommend it enough. Rarely has such an amazing collection been curated and displayed – we simply couldn’t fault a single display or room.
We both had our favourites but the Pop Politics and Pop Crowd room were simply fascinating. Also, the Pretty Month of May ws particularly engaging – we stared at it in awe but to be honest, the whole collection is awe-inspiring. There is a feminist room too which really made us giggle despite the artists’ powerful messages.
We have definitely been inspired to incorporate pop art into Sketch London’s future shows. Catch it while you can – it is only at the Tate until the end of the month.