JAZZY prints are soon to feature in an unmissable exhibition of work by pop art pioneer Eduardo Paolozzi.
General Dynamic F.U.N. in Cutar will take in 50 original screen prints and photolithographs by the prolific Scot, whose mosaics adorn the inside of Tottenham Court Road Underground station in London.
Created in the 60s and 70s, the art incorporates magazine advertisements, domestic objects, high fashion and Hollywood idols.
“We are delighted to be able to host such an important exhibition,” said organisers.
Galeria Cutarte, every Saturday from September 22 until November 3 with special opening on Sunday October 7 for Cutar’s Monfi Fiesta.
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