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TOMORROW’S GIRL
Alice Rawsthorn celebrates Pauline Boty in The Guardian, June 2004 [link]

MICHAEL BRACEWELL ON PAULINE BOTY
British writer and novelist Michael Bracewell discusses “The Only Blonde In The World”, 2007 [link]

DREAM ON
How the left got trapped inside their own heads – and how fairies can open the door to the future, by Adam Curtis at bbc.co.uk, October 2011 [link]

PAULINE BOTY, THE ANTI-UGLIES AND BOWATER HOUSE IN KNIGHTSBRIDGE
From “Another Nickel in the Machine” blog, February 2013 [link]

PAULINE BOTY: LIFE AND WORKS – IN PICTURES
Image gallery, guardian.com, April 2013 [link]

MYSTERY OF MISSING ART OF PAULINE BOTY
By Robin Stummer for The Observer, April 2013 [link]

PAULINE BOTY: THE MARGINALISED ARTIST OF BRITISH POP ART IS ENJOYING A REVIVAL
By Adrian Hamilton at independent.co.uk, December 2013 [link]

PAULINE BOTY AT PALLANT HOUSE
By Eleanor Birne for London Review of Books, February 2014 [link]

PAULINE BOTY AND DYLAN’S FIRST UK VISIT
By John Hughes for “Expecting Rain” blog, 2014 [link]

POP GO THE WOMEN: THE OTHER STORY OF POP ART
Culture Show Special, BBC, 2014. Alistair Sooke tracks down the forgotten women artists of pop including Pauline Boty, Marisol, Rosalyn Drexler, Idelle Weber, Letty Lou Eisenhauer and Jann Haworth [link]

PAUL MELLON LECTURE | “PAINTING SENSATIONS: PAULINE BOTY/BRIDGET RILEY”
By Thomas Crow at Lecture Hall, Yale Center for British Art, 4 April 2017.
Includes an analysis of Boty’s involvement with and inspiration for John Schlesinger’s films “Billy Liar” and “Darling”, both starring Julie Christie [from about 15 minutes in] [link]

ANTENNA: REMEMBERING THE BRIT-POP BARDOT
Meredith Etherington-Smith pays tribute to Pauline Boty. Christies.com, November 2017 [link]

THE BLAZING COMET THAT WAS PAULINE BOTY
Ali Smith describes how she came to discover the life and work of ‘the first female pioneer of the British Pop art movement’. Christies.com, June 2018 [link]

PAULINE BOTY: THE ONLY FEMALE FOUNDER OF BRITISH POP ART
By Gino Spocchia in The Telegraph, November 2018 [link]