Your guide to Eduardo Paolozzi at Whitechapel

As a major new Paolozzi retrospective opens at Whitechapel Gallery, here's everything you need to know about the latest exhibition on one of London's most important artists

Eduardo Paolozzi: 'Avant-Garde' 1970 Screenprint
Courtesy of Independent Gallery. Image courtesy of Venator & Hanstein, Cologne © Trustees of the Paolozzi Foundation, licensed by DACS

This year, Whitechapel Gallery celebrates the life and work of Eduardo Paolozzi, one of the inventors of pop art, with a vast retrospective. The exhibition features over 250 pieces by the prolific Paolozzi (1924-2005), including bronzes, screen-prints, collages, textiles and fashion designs, and will be on display from Thu Feb 16-May 14.

Here's everything you need to know about the artist and Whitechapel Gallery's new show, including your chance to win a pair of tickets to an exclusive private view of the exhibition. Time Out Art Editor Eddy Frankel will be in conversation with the show's curator, Daniel F. Herrmann, at the private view, plus there'll be free drinks – so get involved!

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