BUFFALO, NY.- Sweet Dreams Baby! Life of Pop, London to Warhol is the first comprehensive survey of the Gallerys expansive holdings by this important group of artists. Exploring the trajectory from Abstract Expressionism to Pop arts explosive, colorful, and witty portrayals of the modern world, the exhibition features many iconic works acquired by the Gallery at the height of the movement, between 1962 and 1965. Organized by Curator for the Collection Holly E. Hughes, Life of Pop features more than 50 works in all media and is accompanied by a collectible booklet featuring an essay by Hughes and select images from the exhibition.
Beginning with works by artists Richard Hamilton, John McHale, and Eduardo Paolozzi, who are associated with the British Independent Groupan assembly of
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