Lichtenstein: A Retrospective at Tate Modern
Tate Modern presents a retrospective of one of the great American artists of the twentieth century, Roy Litchtenstein.
American Pop artist Roy Litchtenstein, well known for his comic strips and advertising imagery shaded with his signature Ben-Day dots, will have 125 of his paintings and sculptures shown at what will be considered the first major retrospective exhibition. Co-organised by The Art Institute of Chicago and Tate Modern the exhibition opens February 21 and finishes March 27.
Some of his key paintings include Look Mikey (1961) and Wham (1961). However, unseen drawings, collages and works of paper will be shown at this exhibition. So if you are just as excited or a lover of the arts then head on over and book your tickets,
Tickets are from £14 with concessions available. For tickets and booking, check the Tate Modern website. If you are not familiar with his artwork, take a look here. And watch the video below to explore the genius of his creativity.