In London for Frieze Week? Don’t Miss These 15 Must-See Gallery Shows During the Fair
"This exhibition may revise your ideas about Pop art and James Rosenquist‘s role in its irresistible rise. Highlights include experimental early works, several featuring light bulbs and Plexiglass, and Yellow Applause (1966), a motorized painting in which two hands on separate canvases clap. The show also features preparatory studies for Rosenquist’s signature works, including Marylin (1962), which is at the MoMA in New York. Museum loans and works from the artist’s estate make this a must-see exhibition."
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