Posts tagged Pop art
The Botticelli Reimagined Exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

In the grand hall of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London sits a giant clam shell, occupied at any time by a tourist attempting to affect that pose: weight on one leg, hip pushed into an alluring curve, a hand raised over a breast, the other clutching an imaginary rope of salt-encrusted hair over their modesty. Such is the enduring popular appeal of Sandro Botticelli’s (1445-1510) most famous painting, Birth of Venus...

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An Interview with Pop Artist and Designer Philip Colbert in his Columbia Road Studio, London.

Supported by the likes of Karl Lagerfeld and Lady Gaga and described by the journalist Andre Leon Talley as, “the godson of Warhol” Colbert’s bold and witty designs are known for walking a humorous line between fashion and art. Philip has already exhibited his work worldwide from Art Basel to Frieze London, Art16 and Tate Modern. When the artist isn’t working in his yellow submarine, he’s at the centre London’s contemporary art scene wearing lobster or popcorn-printed suits.

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