This exciting group exhibition brings together thirteen artists, which gallery owner Robert Fraser defended at one time, along with other members of the movement of pop art. To accompany the exhibition, Gazelli Art House in collaboration with The Arts Club released the self-titled double vinyl album, containing fourteen songs in honor of Fraser. The exhibition along with the songs emphasizes the connection between music and art and notes the constant relevance and influence of Fraser artists.
Fraser led a brilliant life and embodied the cultural movement "Swinging Sixties". He was an outstanding and bright conductor between the worlds of modern art and rock music, bringing together artists, writers, directors, celebrities and rock stars. His gallery became the center of contemporary art in Britain. Through his exhibitions, he helped launch and promote the work of many new British and American artists.
“This time we celebrate Fraser’s legacy with an exhibition dedicated to pop art and the artists he defended. Bringing the glamor of rock and roll to gallery space, these exhibits, together with a special vinyl album, will take the viewer back to the tempestuous sixties, full of charisma and excitement, ”explains exhibition curator Mila Askarova.