The exhibition Richard Hamilton, is presented in the Tate Modern, until May 26. Hamilton is one of the most renowned artists of the 20th-Century, and one of the founders of Pop Art, who experienced, and innovated during his 60 years of career. On this occasion, the Tate Modern presents the first retrospective of Richard Hamilton, from his designs of early exhibitions of the 1950s, until his paintings until the end of 2011. This exhibition explores his relationship with design, painting, photography and television, as well as his commitment and collaboration with other artists.
Market data: Richard Hamilton was the designer of the cover of the White Album by the Beatles, which drew attention for its minimalism, as it was a white cover, which broke with the cheerful and colorful designs of Pop Art.
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