Tate Modern unveils new exhibition, Pop Life. Tee-hee, we accidently typed ‘Poop’ instead of ‘Pop’… *sigh*… it’s the simple things

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We’ve said it once so we may as well say it again (we’re around here somewhere, we’re queer, we’re OCD, get used to it!)…

So the boys in blue may have stormed the place and removed (and quite possibly jerked off over) a photo of a naked 10-year-old Brooke Sheilds, but the Tate Modern’s new exhibition Pop Life: Art in a Material World isn’t all kiddly-fiddly-widdly publicity stunts. It’s actually really rather fun. Open from now until 17th January 2010 (although the Guardian seems to think it finishes in January 2009, which we very much doubt unless the space-time continuum has been altered exclusively for this exhibition) it is a celebration of – yes – pop art, and if you didn’t think there was anything left to celebrate about pop art, jump the jump for a taster of the yummy, sexy, glamorama delights you can expect c/o Takashi Castle Murakami (‘im oop there), Keith Haring, Jeff Koons and the usual suspects.
Jeff Koons…

Bottoms up, JeffKeith Haring…

Yay

Damien Hirst…

'Mooooo'

Pop Life: Art in a Material World is at London’s glittering Tate Modern until 17 January 2010.

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  1. I’m in the queue. Anyone else?

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