Competition: Pop Art Design

We're giving away two tickets, a catalogue and two cocktails at the Barbican's brilliant Pop Art Design exhibition.

Verner Panton, Verner Panton, Swimming Pool, 1969 © Panton Design, Basel

Verner Panton, Verner Panton, Swimming Pool, 1969

The Barbican's current exhibition is a survey of Pop Art, the radical post-war art and design movement that emerged in buttoned-up 1950s Britain. Pop Art, by contrast, was bold, brash and brilliant.

Artists such as Peter Blake and Derek Boshier embraced and commented on American advertising in their work, while designers like Charles and Ray Eames celebrated the potential of mass-production. Other artists and designers included in the exhibition: Pauline Boty, Richard Hamilton, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Achille Castiglioni, Peter Murdoch, George Nelson and many more.

We're giving away two exhibition tickets, an exhibition catalogue and two cocktails at the Pop Bar to one Art Fund reader. For the chance to win, just answer the following question: how were Charles and Ray Eames related? Send your answer to by 5.30pm on Thursday 2 January, and don't forget to include your name and address.

Download and read our competition terms and conditions.

Venue details

Barbican Art Gallery Level 3, Barbican Centre London EC2Y 8DS 020 7638 8891

Entry details

Reduced price entry to exhibitions with National Art Pass

Art Gallery
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