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Stephen Cox: American Pop Art exhibitions and the impact it had on his sculpture

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    Cox, Stephen (speaker, male)

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    Gooding, Mel (speaker, male)

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    Stephen Cox remembers visiting American Pop Art exhibitions (such as the Claes Oldenburg exhibition in the Robert Fraser Gallery) in the West End in the 1960s, and the impact it had on his sculpture.

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    This is a short extract from a life story oral history interview recorded for the National Life Stories project 'Artists' Lives'and published on the CD 'The sculptor speaks : extracts from recordings with post-war British sculptors' (British Library and the Henry Moore Institute, 2001).

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