A leading figure in the British art world, Peter Blake is most often associated with Pop Art.



Peter Blake is celebrated as the author of iconic works such as the cover of the Beatles’ Sergeant Pepper album. Yet his career spans five decades and he has worked with many subjects, used many different techniques, and in a variety of media. He is acclaimed by established and younger artists alike, and bridges the divide between the Academy and the avant-garde. The artist talked to Natalie Rudd, author of the new book, Peter Blake, published by Tate, 2003.