First exhibition that explores the impact of Ben-Day dot on pop art

First exhibition that explores the impact of Ben-Day dot on pop art

A new exhibition is taking place in London’s Old Bond Street Gallery hosted by Lévy Gorvy.  Source and Stimulus: Polke, Lichtenstein, Laing Exhibition, brings together these three artists for the first time, exploring the transatlantic effect of the Ben-Day dot technique on pop art.

The exhibition is featuring exceptional works by the trio artists and connects them for the first time on the basis of the manipulation of dots, transforming the images from the commercial world into fine art.

ROY LICHTENSTEIN 'Frightened Girl' Oil and Magna on canvas
© The Estate of Roy Lichtenstein

Lévy Gorvy cultivates a programme devoted to innovation and connoisseurship in the
fields of modern, postwar, and contemporary art. Formed by Dominique Lévy and Brett
Gorvy, Lévy Gorvy maintains gallery spaces at 909 Madison Avenue in New York and in
Mayfair, London. In September 2017, Lévy Gorvy opened an office in Shanghai.

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