10 December 2014
£5-3 – booking required
Similarly to Heinecken and Warhol, German artist Peter Roehr (1944–1968) appropriated imagery from adverts and used repetition as an aesthetic strategy.
His untimely death prevented him from realising a fuller body of work or reaching a wider audience. Despite the passage of time, Roehr’s work still has a remarkable currency.
Lorenzo Fusi will introduce his work followed by a screening of seminal videos and discussion.
The event takes place at Tate Liverpool Auditorium, book tickets through Open Eye Gallery.
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