Now accessible and instantly familiar, it's not so long ago the American lifestyle provided the delicious Other, where doughnuts, a hot, unwinding highway, and the propulsive sub-culture of New York loomed like fantasy for those of us watching from UK suburbia in the late seventies. It was a vantage point shot through with its own colours and stories - early Skinheads, Ska, Two-Tone provided fertile ground for the imagination, but it was Americana and its long trek across the Atlantic that often blazed brightest: amplified, exaggerated, mythical.

In 'Myth America' Horace Panter, Mat Lazenby, and Gary Brown celebrate what it is to fetishise American visual culture in a crucial exhibition of contemporary Pop Art.

Mat Lazenby - Bronx

Bronx
Print

£300

Mat Lazenby - Brooklyn

Brooklyn
Print

£300

Mat Lazenby - 36 Chambers

36 Chambers
Print

£300

Mat Lazenby - 5 Boroughs

5 Boroughs
Print

£300

myth america - Horace Panter: 'Hot Dog Stick',

Horace Panter: 'Hot Dog Stick',
myth america

£470

myth america - Gary Brown: 'Soul'

Gary Brown: 'Soul'
myth america

£295

myth america - Gary Brown: 'Betty Everett'

Gary Brown: 'Betty Everett'
myth america

£295