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In pictures: Pop Life exhibition

Andy Warhol by David Hockney, 1974, private collection

Tate Modern exhibition Pop Life: Art in a Material World will run from October 2009 to January 2010.

Vitrine: Tracy Emin and Sarah Lucas - The Shop - Ephemera Shop at 103 Bethnal Green Road, 1993

The exhibition will examine the influence of Pop Art on contemporary artists such as Tracy Emin and Sarah Lucas.

Keith Haring's Pop Shop

The shop Keith Haring opened in New York in the 1980s to market his work to a mass audience will be reconstructed as an installation.

Damien Hirst's Aurothioglucose 2008, courtesy of a private collection

Damian Hirst has had huge success as a commercial artist. Andy Warhol once famously said that "good business is the best art".

Jeff Koons' Rabbit, 1986, courtesy of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

Jeff Koons - "king of kitsch" - is best known for his inflatable sculptures, which appeal to the mass market.

Talent 1986, by David Robbins, courtesy of a private collection

David Robbins' reputation was sealed with his Talent exhibition which opened in 1986.

Gavin Turk Pop 1993, from a private collection

Gavin Turk's Pop will be part of a gallery dedicated to the so-called Young British Artists.



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