Poster The Pop Art Show 1991
Poster for the blockbuster Pop Art Exhibiton held at the RA in 1991. This is one of many celebrated exhibition posters from the Royal Academy collection that has been selected for publication upon its 250th birthday.
|Dimensions||76.2 x 50.8cm|
|Fabric & material||Paper|
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The RA held an important Pop Art exhibition in 1991. The eye-catching image chosen for the poster was a work by the American artist Roy Lichtenstein entitled I know how you must feel Brad dated 1963. A young audience must have been expected for this show as the poster tells us that Radio 1 was the official radio partner for the exhibition.