Lecture Flavia Frigeri: The Global Story of Pop Art *full*

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In this lecture, Dr Flavia Frigeri offers you an insight into the global story of pop art.

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She reveals how Pop was never just a tribute to Western consumer culture, but often employed a subversive international language of protest, one that is more relevant today than ever.

Dr Flavia Frigeri is an art historian and 'Chanel Collection Curator' at the National Portrait Gallery in London. From 2016 to 2020, she was a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Art History at University College London and continues to be a faculty member of the Master's Programme in Contemporary Art at the Sotheby's Institute. Previously she was 'Curator, International Art' at Tate Modern, where she co-curated The World Goes Pop (2015), and was responsible for Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs (2014), Paul Klee: Making Visible (2013) and Ruins in Reverse (2013). She is the author of Pop Art and Women Artists, both in Thames & Hudson's Art Essentials series, and the co-editor of a collection of collected essays, New Histories of Art in the Global Postwar Era: Multiple Modernisms (Routledge, 2021). As an independent curator, her recent curatorial work includes: Carol Rama: Eye of Eyes (Lévy Gorvy, New York, 2019), Boom: Art and Industry in 1960s Italy (Tornabuoni, London, 2018) Invisible Cities (Waddington Custot, London, 2018) and Evolutionary Travels the opening exhibition of the Fundación Arte in Buenos Aires in 2016.

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