This summer, Tate Britain presents a survey exhibition of the celebrated British painter, Patrick Caulfield, known for his iconic and vibrant paintings of modern life.
The exhibition will trace the development of Caulfield's distinctive style and offer the chance to reassess his influences and the legacy of his approach to painting.
More than 30 significant works from public and private collections will be brought together to represent the key moments of Caulfield's career, including well-known popular paintings such as Pottery, alongside lesser-known works such as Bend in the Road. The exhibition will also include later paintings and the artist's final work, Braque Curtain.
The show will run in parallel with an exhibition on contemporary artist Gary Hume, offering visitors the chance to see work by two complementary British painters from different generations.