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Part of the #Pop Art series looking at the world of contemporary art. Ever since Marcel DuChamp produced his first recognised ReadyMade, "Bicycle Wheel", in 1913, artists have used existing objects in their conceptual work to challange and question the notion of "What is art?". #Pop Art 4 takes the graphic elements of T-Shirt / poster design (borrowing from Katherine Hamnett / Paul Morley's "Frankie Say" design) and places Tracey Emin's bed into a "What If?" situation. Acrylic on canvas with painted edges. This is not framed, but could be hung straightaway due to the tidy egdes.

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Acrylic Paint

#Pop Art 4 The Readymade - Tracey Says No (2016)

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