Tanya Harrod

Every picture tells a story: ‘Maximilian Schell as Redl’, 1968, by Leonard Rosoman

The strangely unique vision of Leonard Rosoman

3 March 2018 9:00 am

Leonard Rosoman is not a well-known artist these days. Many of us will, however, be subliminally familiar with his mural…

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

Where's the fun, Barbican? 

23 November 2013 9:00 am

Pop Art Design, curated by the Vitra Design Museum and currently at the Barbican, opens with Richard Hamilton’s 1956 ‘Just…