Richard Hamilton, who died in 2011, was a major force in art of the 20th Century – a pioneer of Pop art and trailblazer of conceptual art. This is the first retrospective to incorporate the full sweep of Hamilton’s work, and looks at his relationship to painting, photography, design and television.

His boundary-breaking installation, Fun House, from 1956 is the show’s central exhibit and will be shown alongside a print of the iconic piece: Just What Is It That Makes Today’s Homes So Different, So Appealing? His depiction of Mick Jagger in the series Swingeing London 67 is an era-defining work, and his interest in wider social and political issues is shown in works such as Shock and Awe of 2010.