John McHale was a large player in the modern art world and had a large influence on the styles and beliefs associated around modern art. He was a founder member of the famous ICA (Institute of contemporary art), London (England).
He was an involved member of the modern art movement of pop art and evolved his style into parallel forms with dazzling shapes and panels.
John McHale provided modern art work in the form of Op Art on a commercial scale. One of his commissions involved working for Revlon and providing various advertising and marketing art work.
John McHale also has links and innovative ideas about Futurism. He wrote the Future of the Future and maintained to be an authoritative think tank in the modern art movement of Futurism.
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