Considered one of the founders of Pop Art, Claes Oldenburg's (American, born Sweden, 1929)
The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts presents ‘Superstructures: The New Architecture 1960-90’, curated by Jane Pavitt and Abraham Thomas, and marking the 40th anniversary of the opening of the gallery, the first public building designed by Norman Foster.
The exhibition 'Norman Foster. Common Futures', curated by Prof. Luis Fernández-Galiano, and sought to popularise the architect’s work and his vision of the future among a wide audience while revealing his sources of inspiration. The show, open from 6th October 2017 until 4th February 2018, focused on the continuities in Foster’s work and confirms how the future and the past can inspire the present.