Tate Modern

LONDON 2015
ENGLAND

The World Goes Pop

TATE  MODERN 
September 15th 2015–january 24th 2016 

The EY Exhibition
• Curators: : Jessica Morgan, Flavia Frigeri
• Co-Curators : Elsa Coustou

The exhibition:
The World Goes Pop
 is a groundbreaking exhibition revealing how artists around the world engaged with the spirit of Pop, from Latin America to Asia, and from Europe to the Middle East. Around 160 works from the 1960s and 1970s are brought together at Tate Modern–the great majority of which have never been shown in the UK before–exploding the traditional story of Pop art and showing how different cultures contributed, re-thought and responded to the movement.

Thanks:
Jessica Morgan
Flavia Frigeri
Elsa Coustou
Chris Dercon
Irena Cater
Cecily Carbonne and Tate Modern and Tate Britain team
Bartomeu Mari, ex-director of MACBA,Barcelona

Production / organization:
Tate Modern et Tate Britain

Technicians:
Romain Martenet-Cuidet
Brice Martenet-Cuidet

Chefs:
Piotr Ciszak, Pastry chef
Christopher Dodd, assistant Gabrielle Monticciolo and Tate team

Evelyne Axell, Joav BarEl, Thomas Bayrle, Renate Bertlmann, Cornel Brudaşcu, Boris Bućan, Teresa Burga, Delia Cancela, Rafael Canogar, Judy Chicago, Mari Chordà, Raymundo Colares, Equipo Crónica, Henri Cueco, Antonio Dias, Romanita Disconzi, Wesley Duke Lee, Erró, Öyvind Fahlström, Ruth Francken, Gérard Fromanger, Ángela Garcia, Beatriz Gonzalez, Eulàlia Grau, Sanja Iveković, Jozef Jankovič, Kiki Kogelnik, Komar and Melamid, Nicola L, Natalia Lach-Lachowicz (Natalia LL), Uwe Lausen, Sergio Lombardo, Anna Maria Maiolino, Marisol, Raúl Martínez, Toshio Matsumoto, Marta Minujín, Marcello Nitsche, Isabel Oliver, Dušan Otašević, Ulrike Ottinger, Joe Overstreet, Maria Pinińska-Bereś, Joan Rabascall, Bernard Rancillac, Equipo Realidad, Raimo Reinikainen, Glauco Rodrigues, Peter Roehr, Martha Rosler, Mario Schifano, Colin Self, Dorothée Selz, Ushio Shinohara, Teresinha Soares, Shinkichi Tajiri, Keiichi Tanaami, Parviz Tanavoli, Joe Tilson, Claudio Tozzi, Chryssa Vardea, Tadanori Yokoo, Jana Želibská, Jerzy Ryszard ‘Jurry’ Zieliński

3 Diptychs from the series Relative mimicry,1973
– “The Vargas girl”
– “Panther Woman”
– “Woman with Boots and Lamp” 

In this serie, Dorothée Selz poses in the seductive stances of pin-ups and calendar girls, pairing her photograph with the original. As she recalls: “By posing as a model of this tricky topic–to imitate or to reject?  
What kind of woman shall I became? Which woman am I?”  The brightly coloured frames resemble iced edible treat, emphasising the presentation of female body as something to consume.

Dorothée Selz created 17 sculptures for the Private Opening Party at the Tate Modern “Sweet Surprise”, an ephemeral edible installation.

Auteur :
Jessica Morgan

TATE  MODERN 
September 15th 2015–january 24th 2016 

The EY Exhibition
• Curators: : Jessica Morgan, Flavia Frigeri
• Co-Curators : Elsa Coustou

The exhibition:
The World Goes Pop
 is a groundbreaking exhibition revealing how artists around the world engaged with the spirit of Pop, from Latin America to Asia, and from Europe to the Middle East. Around 160 works from the 1960s and 1970s are brought together at Tate Modern–the great majority of which have never been shown in the UK before–exploding the traditional story of Pop art and showing how different cultures contributed, re-thought and responded to the movement.

Thanks:
Jessica Morgan
Flavia Frigeri
Elsa Coustou
Chris Dercon
Irena Cater
Cecily Carbonne and Tate Modern and Tate Britain team
Bartomeu Mari, ex-director of MACBA,Barcelona

Production / organization:
Tate Modern et Tate Britain

Technicians:
Romain Martenet-Cuidet
Brice Martenet-Cuidet

Chefs:
Piotr Ciszak, Pastry chef
Christopher Dodd, assistant Gabrielle Monticciolo and Tate team

Evelyne Axell, Joav BarEl, Thomas Bayrle, Renate Bertlmann, Cornel Brudaşcu, Boris Bućan, Teresa Burga, Delia Cancela, Rafael Canogar, Judy Chicago, Mari Chordà, Raymundo Colares, Equipo Crónica, Henri Cueco, Antonio Dias, Romanita Disconzi, Wesley Duke Lee, Erró, Öyvind Fahlström, Ruth Francken, Gérard Fromanger, Ángela Garcia, Beatriz Gonzalez, Eulàlia Grau, Sanja Iveković, Jozef Jankovič, Kiki Kogelnik, Komar and Melamid, Nicola L, Natalia Lach-Lachowicz (Natalia LL), Uwe Lausen, Sergio Lombardo, Anna Maria Maiolino, Marisol, Raúl Martínez, Toshio Matsumoto, Marta Minujín, Marcello Nitsche, Isabel Oliver, Dušan Otašević, Ulrike Ottinger, Joe Overstreet, Maria Pinińska-Bereś, Joan Rabascall, Bernard Rancillac, Equipo Realidad, Raimo Reinikainen, Glauco Rodrigues, Peter Roehr, Martha Rosler, Mario Schifano, Colin Self, Dorothée Selz, Ushio Shinohara, Teresinha Soares, Shinkichi Tajiri, Keiichi Tanaami, Parviz Tanavoli, Joe Tilson, Claudio Tozzi, Chryssa Vardea, Tadanori Yokoo, Jana Želibská, Jerzy Ryszard ‘Jurry’ Zieliński

3 Diptychs from the series Relative mimicry,1973
– “The Vargas girl”
– “Panther Woman”
– “Woman with Boots and Lamp” 

In this serie, Dorothée Selz poses in the seductive stances of pin-ups and calendar girls, pairing her photograph with the original. As she recalls: “By posing as a model of this tricky topic–to imitate or to reject?  
What kind of woman shall I became? Which woman am I?”  The brightly coloured frames resemble iced edible treat, emphasising the presentation of female body as something to consume.

Dorothée Selz created 17 sculptures for the Private Opening Party at the Tate Modern “Sweet Surprise”, an ephemeral edible installation.

Auteur :
Jessica Morgan

Technical information

Dimensions:

17 sculptures, height 180 to 80 cm

Materials:
Styrofoam, icing sugar,fruits, cakes,
funny pastry and lollipops

Photos © Brice & Romain Martenet-Cuidet, D. Selz