Tanya Harrod

Where’s the fun, Barbican? 

Pop Art Design, Barbican Gallery — review

Installationat ‘Pop Art Design’exhibition, showing Roy Lichtenstein’s ‘Yellow Brushstroke II’, 1965, plates by Eduardo Paolozzi (c.1972) and Ettore Sottsass (1958) and ‘Marshmallow’ sofa, 1956, by George Nelson Associates. Credit: © Gar Powell-Evans 2013, courtesy Barbican Art Gallery

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