On Sunday, Ashley and I strolled over to have a look at the newly opened exhibition, Post Pop: East meets West. This exhibition is an attempt to turn our attention away from well known artists and towards lesser known Pop Artists of the Soviet Union and Greater China. The usual numbered galleries were subdivided into different categories such as Habitat, Advertising and Consumerism, Religion and Politics across the whole three floors. If I were to pick the best part about this exhibition, I'd pick Wenda Gu's installation. This installation showcased different flags made entirely of human hair! Another favourite was the Habitat room where the monochrome colours surprised us as they're not something you usually associate with Pop Art. Ashley and I certainly enjoyed our time there and we recommend you guys go too! Plus it's on until February next year so plenty of time to get organising!