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Installation view, Thomas Dane Gallery, London

Installation view, Thomas Dane Gallery, London

BRUCE CONNER

When artists such as Robert Rauschenberg and Andy Warhol were defining New York pop art, the maverick Conner was taking his own jaundiced, ironic, west coast view of a US he saw as violent, sex-obsessed and corrupt. A Movie (1958), showing here, is one of the very first US experiments in film as art. Like his assemblages of everyday stuff, it is a collage of found images.

Thomas Dane Gallery, SW1, to 4 July

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