Legendary Pop Art creators' work showcased in London

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Legendary Pop Art creators' work showcased in London

The way the 19th Century mass printing technique, the Ben-Day Dot inspired three legendary pop art creators is the focus of a new exhibition at the Lévy Gorvy Gallery.

It is the first showcase which connects Sigmar Polke, Roy Lichtenstein and Gerald Laing through their use of the dot process.

‘Source and Stimulus’ is on at the Lévy Gorvy Gallery in Old Bond Street until the 21st April.

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