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Tate Andy Warhol- Marilyn Diptych 1962 Framed Print, 80 x 60cm
Tate Andy Warhol- Marilyn Diptych 1962 Framed Print, 80 x 60cm

Andy Warhol pays tribute to Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe in this vivid piece. Have you thought about hooks and fittings? Shop here .

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"Film: Tacita Dean, by Nicholas Cullinan, 2011. Paperback book. Unlimited edition. 128 pages. 75 colour illustrations. Catalogue of Tacita Dean's ""Unilever Series"" installation, Tate Modern, London, 2011. The artist invites various cultural figures to address the importance of film and analogue in the digital age. "

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Tate Andy Warhol- From Marilyn Pink 1967, 60 x 60cm
Tate Andy Warhol- From Marilyn Pink 1967, 60 x 60cm

Andy Warhol pays tribute to Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe in this vivid piece. Have you thought about hooks and fittings? Shop here .

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Tate Andy Warhol- From Marilyn Green 1967, 60 x 60cm
Tate Andy Warhol- From Marilyn Green 1967, 60 x 60cm

Andy Warhol pays tribute to Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe in this vivid piece. Have you thought about hooks and fittings? Shop here .

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Publisher: TATE Author: Frances Morris Title: YAYOI KUSAMA PAPERBACK Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is no doubt the most famous living artist of Japan. The originality, innovation, powerful desire to communicate pushed him, during 60 years of activity, to explore various artistic techniques: painting, sculpture, etching, photography, collage, film and video, performance and installations, as well as product design. Kusama has shown extensively throughout the world and has represented Japan at the Venice Biennale, and his work appears in many great collections. In order to accompany the first great retrospective of the artist's work, this richly illustrated book was introduced in an essay by the curator of the Tate Modern, Frances Morris.

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