1. Art is popping up!
The capital’s biggest, boldest art show this autumn is a globetrotting extravaganza celebrating the pop art movement. Get ready for an explosion of colour and concepts at Tate Modern’s ‘The World Goes Pop’, including works from the Andy Warhols and Roy Lichtensteins of Asia and Latin America. Look out for a giant fly-swatter, latex body suits, painted car bonnets and cute robots. One of the most eye-catching pieces in the show is French artist Nicola L’s 11-person raincoat (‘The Red Coat’). Sadly you won’t be able to try on this natty number; insurance costs mean that only Tate employees were able to cosy up inside it during a recent London outing. Regardless, we welcome such a practical solution to festival-going: put this on and you’ll never get soggy or lose your mates again.
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