|Pauline Boty, The Only Blonde In The World, 1963|
Boty was one of the stars of British Pop Art - alongside Peter Blake, David Hockney, Derek Boshier, Peter Phillips and others. Her premature death, at 28 in 1966, and the chauvinism of art history mean that she is less well known than she should be. Hopefully this exhibition (first shown earlier this year at Wolverhampton Art Gallery) will help to remedy this.
Read an interesting spat about the show's title and its curatorial perspective between Fisun Güner and the exhibition curator Dr Sue Tate here. Read a review of the Wolverhampton showing by Alastair Sooke and an article by Robin Stummer.
|Pauline Boty, 5-4-3-2-1, 1963|
|Pauline Boty, Colour Her Gone, 1962|
|Pauline Boty, Bum, 1966|
|Pauline Boty, Nude Woman ina Coastal Landscape (nd)|
|Pauline Boty, It's A Man's World II, 1965|
|Pauline Boty, Countdown to Violence, 1964|