Look upwards to see the graduated colours of the overhead beams.
One of the most significant artists of his generation, Dine was closely associated with the development of Pop Art and Happenings during the 1960s. He has evolved into an autobiographical artist, creating prints, drawings, paintings and sculptures based on his personal experiences, relationships and possessions. The subject of major retrospective exhibitions and represented in numerous collections worldwide, Dine was the first contemporary artist invited to exhibit at the J. Paul Getty Museum in California.
More art in Broadgate
This towering sculpture made from brightly coloured strips of steel is an abstract sketch of a face.
This carefully balanced composition gives hints of architecture, cloud, sky and foliage.
Rush Hour resonates with most of us - it's the end of the day and we want to get home.