The Tate Modern in London, with the Art Institute of Chicago, will present during February and to March 27, the first retrospective of Roy Lichtenstein. This exhibition features more than 125 paintings, drawings and sculptures to chart a new vision of the legacy of one of the key artists in the history of American pop art. In this retrospective will be seen works as Look, Mickey, Whaam! and Drowning Girl. In addition, 30 drawings and collages presented as part of his lesser known works, including a series of female nudes and a Chinese landscapes, as well as WWII cartoons, study paintings, pre-pop expressionist works, among others. This show, full of colorful and dynamic, explores the artist’s evolution from its practices in abstract expressionism to pop art, and the influence he gained from Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso.