Pop Art

Flavia Frigeri discusses a very Roman take on modernism

By Flavia Frigeri

An exhibition at Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon, shows the relationship between Portuguese and English Pop Art artists

By Ara H. Merjian

From fleshy, distorted paintings, capturing the malaise of the 1960s, to colourful abstractions made in exile, the artist was an example to live by

By Tiago Mesquita

Artists Beatriz González and Amalia Pica discuss painting, curating, activism and identity 

By Amalia Pica and Beatriz González
Peter Blake's studio (detail). Photograph: Robin Brown. Courtesy: Waddington Custot

At Frieze Masters, a special glimpse into Sir Peter Blake's studio - and a chance to hear from the artist himself

By Robin Brown

Critic and curator Li Xianting speaks to Carol Yinghua Lu about tradition, change and leaving the art world

By Carol Yinghua Lu

Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, USA, & Tate Modern, London UK

By Dan Fox

A slew of new exhibitions celebrate Pop art from around the world

By Michael Bracewell
Pier Paolo Pasolini, Teorema (Theorem), 1968 film still. Courtesy: BFI, London.

From eroticism to transcendence, the work of Pier Paolo Pasolini and Andy Warhol has many surprising overlaps. Ara H. Merjian traces the affinities and contradictions between an unlikely pair

By Ara H. Merjian

The Portuguese artist, while best know for his paintings, also made moving image works

By João Laia