08/11/2021
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Adam Wells
Exhibitions to See this November
We present the best exhibitions showing in London this month

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley

A desert landscape with a lone centaur dwarfed by butterflies; bees congregate around a single, staring eye; a humanoid raincloud adorned with stars spills rice out of the painting itself and onto the floor. Such are the surreal sights which can be seen at Chioma Ebinama’s exhibition, painted on parchments which apparently float through judicious use of near-invisible wires. Mixing African folklore with the work of Italian author Italo Calvino - and in fact named after Calvino’s short story about the life of a mollusc - Ebinama’s exhibition marries subject and presentation expertly, utilising every inch of gallery space. Sequestered away in a smaller section of the gallery, Ebinama can be heard narrating a poem of her own composition, and the floating paintings invite viewings from all angles, including behind.

More information can be found at Maureen Paley’s website.

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley (installation view)

‘Late Constable’ at RA

The first major retrospective of John Constable’s work at the Royal Academy, and the first exhibition to focus on his later career, ‘Late Constable’ simply cannot be missed. A study of a painter at the peak of his artistic talents, the exhibition presents some of Constable’s work alongside his preliminary sketches, allowing a unique insight into his artistic process. Breathtaking rural landscapes are tinged with grief, along with a preoccupation with the interplay between the modern and pastoral worlds. Presented in the beautiful space of the Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Galleries, ‘Late Constable’ stands as an essential visit for any art enthusiast.
Tickets are available at the RA’s website. The full gowithYamo review of the exhibition is available here.

Chain Pier, Brighton, John Constable, c.1826-7

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House

Housed in the Embankment Galleries South Wing at Somerset House, ‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ is a perfect day out for families, curated by artist and Beano fan Andy Holden, and with contributions from a host of different artists. The exhibition gives a history of Britains best-loved comic, imbued with the anarchic Beano spirit, and includes works of art it inspired by such artists as Sarah Lucas, Hardeep Pandhal, Phyllida Barlow, Chris Sievey, Martin Creed, Alex Chinneck, Heather Phillipson, Ryan Gander, Jann Haworth, Emma Hart, Martin Rowson, Rene Matić, Bedwyr William, and more, along with new works by Alex Wheatle, Nicola Lane, and Simeon Barclay. Investigating the changes the comic has gone through over the years to meet evolving cultural standards, this exhibition offers an insight into what makes the Beano still relevant to new generations of trouble-makers, all while keeping things colourful, chaotic, and - most of all - fun.
Tickets are available at Somerset House’s website.

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House
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Exhibitions to See this November
We present the best exhibitions showing in London this month

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley

A desert landscape with a lone centaur dwarfed by butterflies; bees congregate around a single, staring eye; a humanoid raincloud adorned with stars spills rice out of the painting itself and onto the floor. Such are the surreal sights which can be seen at Chioma Ebinama’s exhibition, painted on parchments which apparently float through judicious use of near-invisible wires. Mixing African folklore with the work of Italian author Italo Calvino - and in fact named after Calvino’s short story about the life of a mollusc - Ebinama’s exhibition marries subject and presentation expertly, utilising every inch of gallery space. Sequestered away in a smaller section of the gallery, Ebinama can be heard narrating a poem of her own composition, and the floating paintings invite viewings from all angles, including behind.

More information can be found at Maureen Paley’s website.

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley (installation view)

‘Late Constable’ at RA

The first major retrospective of John Constable’s work at the Royal Academy, and the first exhibition to focus on his later career, ‘Late Constable’ simply cannot be missed. A study of a painter at the peak of his artistic talents, the exhibition presents some of Constable’s work alongside his preliminary sketches, allowing a unique insight into his artistic process. Breathtaking rural landscapes are tinged with grief, along with a preoccupation with the interplay between the modern and pastoral worlds. Presented in the beautiful space of the Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Galleries, ‘Late Constable’ stands as an essential visit for any art enthusiast.
Tickets are available at the RA’s website. The full gowithYamo review of the exhibition is available here.

Chain Pier, Brighton, John Constable, c.1826-7

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House

Housed in the Embankment Galleries South Wing at Somerset House, ‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ is a perfect day out for families, curated by artist and Beano fan Andy Holden, and with contributions from a host of different artists. The exhibition gives a history of Britains best-loved comic, imbued with the anarchic Beano spirit, and includes works of art it inspired by such artists as Sarah Lucas, Hardeep Pandhal, Phyllida Barlow, Chris Sievey, Martin Creed, Alex Chinneck, Heather Phillipson, Ryan Gander, Jann Haworth, Emma Hart, Martin Rowson, Rene Matić, Bedwyr William, and more, along with new works by Alex Wheatle, Nicola Lane, and Simeon Barclay. Investigating the changes the comic has gone through over the years to meet evolving cultural standards, this exhibition offers an insight into what makes the Beano still relevant to new generations of trouble-makers, all while keeping things colourful, chaotic, and - most of all - fun.
Tickets are available at Somerset House’s website.

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House
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Exhibitions to See this November
We present the best exhibitions showing in London this month

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley

A desert landscape with a lone centaur dwarfed by butterflies; bees congregate around a single, staring eye; a humanoid raincloud adorned with stars spills rice out of the painting itself and onto the floor. Such are the surreal sights which can be seen at Chioma Ebinama’s exhibition, painted on parchments which apparently float through judicious use of near-invisible wires. Mixing African folklore with the work of Italian author Italo Calvino - and in fact named after Calvino’s short story about the life of a mollusc - Ebinama’s exhibition marries subject and presentation expertly, utilising every inch of gallery space. Sequestered away in a smaller section of the gallery, Ebinama can be heard narrating a poem of her own composition, and the floating paintings invite viewings from all angles, including behind.

More information can be found at Maureen Paley’s website.

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley (installation view)

‘Late Constable’ at RA

The first major retrospective of John Constable’s work at the Royal Academy, and the first exhibition to focus on his later career, ‘Late Constable’ simply cannot be missed. A study of a painter at the peak of his artistic talents, the exhibition presents some of Constable’s work alongside his preliminary sketches, allowing a unique insight into his artistic process. Breathtaking rural landscapes are tinged with grief, along with a preoccupation with the interplay between the modern and pastoral worlds. Presented in the beautiful space of the Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Galleries, ‘Late Constable’ stands as an essential visit for any art enthusiast.
Tickets are available at the RA’s website. The full gowithYamo review of the exhibition is available here.

Chain Pier, Brighton, John Constable, c.1826-7

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House

Housed in the Embankment Galleries South Wing at Somerset House, ‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ is a perfect day out for families, curated by artist and Beano fan Andy Holden, and with contributions from a host of different artists. The exhibition gives a history of Britains best-loved comic, imbued with the anarchic Beano spirit, and includes works of art it inspired by such artists as Sarah Lucas, Hardeep Pandhal, Phyllida Barlow, Chris Sievey, Martin Creed, Alex Chinneck, Heather Phillipson, Ryan Gander, Jann Haworth, Emma Hart, Martin Rowson, Rene Matić, Bedwyr William, and more, along with new works by Alex Wheatle, Nicola Lane, and Simeon Barclay. Investigating the changes the comic has gone through over the years to meet evolving cultural standards, this exhibition offers an insight into what makes the Beano still relevant to new generations of trouble-makers, all while keeping things colourful, chaotic, and - most of all - fun.
Tickets are available at Somerset House’s website.

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House
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Exhibitions to See this November
We present the best exhibitions showing in London this month

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley

A desert landscape with a lone centaur dwarfed by butterflies; bees congregate around a single, staring eye; a humanoid raincloud adorned with stars spills rice out of the painting itself and onto the floor. Such are the surreal sights which can be seen at Chioma Ebinama’s exhibition, painted on parchments which apparently float through judicious use of near-invisible wires. Mixing African folklore with the work of Italian author Italo Calvino - and in fact named after Calvino’s short story about the life of a mollusc - Ebinama’s exhibition marries subject and presentation expertly, utilising every inch of gallery space. Sequestered away in a smaller section of the gallery, Ebinama can be heard narrating a poem of her own composition, and the floating paintings invite viewings from all angles, including behind.

More information can be found at Maureen Paley’s website.

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley (installation view)

‘Late Constable’ at RA

The first major retrospective of John Constable’s work at the Royal Academy, and the first exhibition to focus on his later career, ‘Late Constable’ simply cannot be missed. A study of a painter at the peak of his artistic talents, the exhibition presents some of Constable’s work alongside his preliminary sketches, allowing a unique insight into his artistic process. Breathtaking rural landscapes are tinged with grief, along with a preoccupation with the interplay between the modern and pastoral worlds. Presented in the beautiful space of the Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Galleries, ‘Late Constable’ stands as an essential visit for any art enthusiast.
Tickets are available at the RA’s website. The full gowithYamo review of the exhibition is available here.

Chain Pier, Brighton, John Constable, c.1826-7

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House

Housed in the Embankment Galleries South Wing at Somerset House, ‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ is a perfect day out for families, curated by artist and Beano fan Andy Holden, and with contributions from a host of different artists. The exhibition gives a history of Britains best-loved comic, imbued with the anarchic Beano spirit, and includes works of art it inspired by such artists as Sarah Lucas, Hardeep Pandhal, Phyllida Barlow, Chris Sievey, Martin Creed, Alex Chinneck, Heather Phillipson, Ryan Gander, Jann Haworth, Emma Hart, Martin Rowson, Rene Matić, Bedwyr William, and more, along with new works by Alex Wheatle, Nicola Lane, and Simeon Barclay. Investigating the changes the comic has gone through over the years to meet evolving cultural standards, this exhibition offers an insight into what makes the Beano still relevant to new generations of trouble-makers, all while keeping things colourful, chaotic, and - most of all - fun.
Tickets are available at Somerset House’s website.

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House
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Collect your 5 yamos below
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08/11/2021
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Exhibitions to See this November
We present the best exhibitions showing in London this month

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley

A desert landscape with a lone centaur dwarfed by butterflies; bees congregate around a single, staring eye; a humanoid raincloud adorned with stars spills rice out of the painting itself and onto the floor. Such are the surreal sights which can be seen at Chioma Ebinama’s exhibition, painted on parchments which apparently float through judicious use of near-invisible wires. Mixing African folklore with the work of Italian author Italo Calvino - and in fact named after Calvino’s short story about the life of a mollusc - Ebinama’s exhibition marries subject and presentation expertly, utilising every inch of gallery space. Sequestered away in a smaller section of the gallery, Ebinama can be heard narrating a poem of her own composition, and the floating paintings invite viewings from all angles, including behind.

More information can be found at Maureen Paley’s website.

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley (installation view)

‘Late Constable’ at RA

The first major retrospective of John Constable’s work at the Royal Academy, and the first exhibition to focus on his later career, ‘Late Constable’ simply cannot be missed. A study of a painter at the peak of his artistic talents, the exhibition presents some of Constable’s work alongside his preliminary sketches, allowing a unique insight into his artistic process. Breathtaking rural landscapes are tinged with grief, along with a preoccupation with the interplay between the modern and pastoral worlds. Presented in the beautiful space of the Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Galleries, ‘Late Constable’ stands as an essential visit for any art enthusiast.
Tickets are available at the RA’s website. The full gowithYamo review of the exhibition is available here.

Chain Pier, Brighton, John Constable, c.1826-7

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House

Housed in the Embankment Galleries South Wing at Somerset House, ‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ is a perfect day out for families, curated by artist and Beano fan Andy Holden, and with contributions from a host of different artists. The exhibition gives a history of Britains best-loved comic, imbued with the anarchic Beano spirit, and includes works of art it inspired by such artists as Sarah Lucas, Hardeep Pandhal, Phyllida Barlow, Chris Sievey, Martin Creed, Alex Chinneck, Heather Phillipson, Ryan Gander, Jann Haworth, Emma Hart, Martin Rowson, Rene Matić, Bedwyr William, and more, along with new works by Alex Wheatle, Nicola Lane, and Simeon Barclay. Investigating the changes the comic has gone through over the years to meet evolving cultural standards, this exhibition offers an insight into what makes the Beano still relevant to new generations of trouble-makers, all while keeping things colourful, chaotic, and - most of all - fun.
Tickets are available at Somerset House’s website.

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House
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Collect your 5 yamos below
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Exhibitions to See this November

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley

A desert landscape with a lone centaur dwarfed by butterflies; bees congregate around a single, staring eye; a humanoid raincloud adorned with stars spills rice out of the painting itself and onto the floor. Such are the surreal sights which can be seen at Chioma Ebinama’s exhibition, painted on parchments which apparently float through judicious use of near-invisible wires. Mixing African folklore with the work of Italian author Italo Calvino - and in fact named after Calvino’s short story about the life of a mollusc - Ebinama’s exhibition marries subject and presentation expertly, utilising every inch of gallery space. Sequestered away in a smaller section of the gallery, Ebinama can be heard narrating a poem of her own composition, and the floating paintings invite viewings from all angles, including behind.

More information can be found at Maureen Paley’s website.

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley (installation view)

‘Late Constable’ at RA

The first major retrospective of John Constable’s work at the Royal Academy, and the first exhibition to focus on his later career, ‘Late Constable’ simply cannot be missed. A study of a painter at the peak of his artistic talents, the exhibition presents some of Constable’s work alongside his preliminary sketches, allowing a unique insight into his artistic process. Breathtaking rural landscapes are tinged with grief, along with a preoccupation with the interplay between the modern and pastoral worlds. Presented in the beautiful space of the Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Galleries, ‘Late Constable’ stands as an essential visit for any art enthusiast.
Tickets are available at the RA’s website. The full gowithYamo review of the exhibition is available here.

Chain Pier, Brighton, John Constable, c.1826-7

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House

Housed in the Embankment Galleries South Wing at Somerset House, ‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ is a perfect day out for families, curated by artist and Beano fan Andy Holden, and with contributions from a host of different artists. The exhibition gives a history of Britains best-loved comic, imbued with the anarchic Beano spirit, and includes works of art it inspired by such artists as Sarah Lucas, Hardeep Pandhal, Phyllida Barlow, Chris Sievey, Martin Creed, Alex Chinneck, Heather Phillipson, Ryan Gander, Jann Haworth, Emma Hart, Martin Rowson, Rene Matić, Bedwyr William, and more, along with new works by Alex Wheatle, Nicola Lane, and Simeon Barclay. Investigating the changes the comic has gone through over the years to meet evolving cultural standards, this exhibition offers an insight into what makes the Beano still relevant to new generations of trouble-makers, all while keeping things colourful, chaotic, and - most of all - fun.
Tickets are available at Somerset House’s website.

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House
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Exhibitions to See this November
We present the best exhibitions showing in London this month

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley

A desert landscape with a lone centaur dwarfed by butterflies; bees congregate around a single, staring eye; a humanoid raincloud adorned with stars spills rice out of the painting itself and onto the floor. Such are the surreal sights which can be seen at Chioma Ebinama’s exhibition, painted on parchments which apparently float through judicious use of near-invisible wires. Mixing African folklore with the work of Italian author Italo Calvino - and in fact named after Calvino’s short story about the life of a mollusc - Ebinama’s exhibition marries subject and presentation expertly, utilising every inch of gallery space. Sequestered away in a smaller section of the gallery, Ebinama can be heard narrating a poem of her own composition, and the floating paintings invite viewings from all angles, including behind.

More information can be found at Maureen Paley’s website.

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley (installation view)

‘Late Constable’ at RA

The first major retrospective of John Constable’s work at the Royal Academy, and the first exhibition to focus on his later career, ‘Late Constable’ simply cannot be missed. A study of a painter at the peak of his artistic talents, the exhibition presents some of Constable’s work alongside his preliminary sketches, allowing a unique insight into his artistic process. Breathtaking rural landscapes are tinged with grief, along with a preoccupation with the interplay between the modern and pastoral worlds. Presented in the beautiful space of the Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Galleries, ‘Late Constable’ stands as an essential visit for any art enthusiast.
Tickets are available at the RA’s website. The full gowithYamo review of the exhibition is available here.

Chain Pier, Brighton, John Constable, c.1826-7

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House

Housed in the Embankment Galleries South Wing at Somerset House, ‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ is a perfect day out for families, curated by artist and Beano fan Andy Holden, and with contributions from a host of different artists. The exhibition gives a history of Britains best-loved comic, imbued with the anarchic Beano spirit, and includes works of art it inspired by such artists as Sarah Lucas, Hardeep Pandhal, Phyllida Barlow, Chris Sievey, Martin Creed, Alex Chinneck, Heather Phillipson, Ryan Gander, Jann Haworth, Emma Hart, Martin Rowson, Rene Matić, Bedwyr William, and more, along with new works by Alex Wheatle, Nicola Lane, and Simeon Barclay. Investigating the changes the comic has gone through over the years to meet evolving cultural standards, this exhibition offers an insight into what makes the Beano still relevant to new generations of trouble-makers, all while keeping things colourful, chaotic, and - most of all - fun.
Tickets are available at Somerset House’s website.

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House
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08/11/2021
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Exhibitions to See this November
We present the best exhibitions showing in London this month

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley

A desert landscape with a lone centaur dwarfed by butterflies; bees congregate around a single, staring eye; a humanoid raincloud adorned with stars spills rice out of the painting itself and onto the floor. Such are the surreal sights which can be seen at Chioma Ebinama’s exhibition, painted on parchments which apparently float through judicious use of near-invisible wires. Mixing African folklore with the work of Italian author Italo Calvino - and in fact named after Calvino’s short story about the life of a mollusc - Ebinama’s exhibition marries subject and presentation expertly, utilising every inch of gallery space. Sequestered away in a smaller section of the gallery, Ebinama can be heard narrating a poem of her own composition, and the floating paintings invite viewings from all angles, including behind.

More information can be found at Maureen Paley’s website.

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley (installation view)

‘Late Constable’ at RA

The first major retrospective of John Constable’s work at the Royal Academy, and the first exhibition to focus on his later career, ‘Late Constable’ simply cannot be missed. A study of a painter at the peak of his artistic talents, the exhibition presents some of Constable’s work alongside his preliminary sketches, allowing a unique insight into his artistic process. Breathtaking rural landscapes are tinged with grief, along with a preoccupation with the interplay between the modern and pastoral worlds. Presented in the beautiful space of the Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Galleries, ‘Late Constable’ stands as an essential visit for any art enthusiast.
Tickets are available at the RA’s website. The full gowithYamo review of the exhibition is available here.

Chain Pier, Brighton, John Constable, c.1826-7

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House

Housed in the Embankment Galleries South Wing at Somerset House, ‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ is a perfect day out for families, curated by artist and Beano fan Andy Holden, and with contributions from a host of different artists. The exhibition gives a history of Britains best-loved comic, imbued with the anarchic Beano spirit, and includes works of art it inspired by such artists as Sarah Lucas, Hardeep Pandhal, Phyllida Barlow, Chris Sievey, Martin Creed, Alex Chinneck, Heather Phillipson, Ryan Gander, Jann Haworth, Emma Hart, Martin Rowson, Rene Matić, Bedwyr William, and more, along with new works by Alex Wheatle, Nicola Lane, and Simeon Barclay. Investigating the changes the comic has gone through over the years to meet evolving cultural standards, this exhibition offers an insight into what makes the Beano still relevant to new generations of trouble-makers, all while keeping things colourful, chaotic, and - most of all - fun.
Tickets are available at Somerset House’s website.

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House
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Collect your 5 yamos below
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08/11/2021
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Exhibitions to See this November
We present the best exhibitions showing in London this month

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley

A desert landscape with a lone centaur dwarfed by butterflies; bees congregate around a single, staring eye; a humanoid raincloud adorned with stars spills rice out of the painting itself and onto the floor. Such are the surreal sights which can be seen at Chioma Ebinama’s exhibition, painted on parchments which apparently float through judicious use of near-invisible wires. Mixing African folklore with the work of Italian author Italo Calvino - and in fact named after Calvino’s short story about the life of a mollusc - Ebinama’s exhibition marries subject and presentation expertly, utilising every inch of gallery space. Sequestered away in a smaller section of the gallery, Ebinama can be heard narrating a poem of her own composition, and the floating paintings invite viewings from all angles, including behind.

More information can be found at Maureen Paley’s website.

‘A Spiral Shell’, Chioma Ebinama at Maureen Paley (installation view)

‘Late Constable’ at RA

The first major retrospective of John Constable’s work at the Royal Academy, and the first exhibition to focus on his later career, ‘Late Constable’ simply cannot be missed. A study of a painter at the peak of his artistic talents, the exhibition presents some of Constable’s work alongside his preliminary sketches, allowing a unique insight into his artistic process. Breathtaking rural landscapes are tinged with grief, along with a preoccupation with the interplay between the modern and pastoral worlds. Presented in the beautiful space of the Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Galleries, ‘Late Constable’ stands as an essential visit for any art enthusiast.
Tickets are available at the RA’s website. The full gowithYamo review of the exhibition is available here.

Chain Pier, Brighton, John Constable, c.1826-7

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House

Housed in the Embankment Galleries South Wing at Somerset House, ‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ is a perfect day out for families, curated by artist and Beano fan Andy Holden, and with contributions from a host of different artists. The exhibition gives a history of Britains best-loved comic, imbued with the anarchic Beano spirit, and includes works of art it inspired by such artists as Sarah Lucas, Hardeep Pandhal, Phyllida Barlow, Chris Sievey, Martin Creed, Alex Chinneck, Heather Phillipson, Ryan Gander, Jann Haworth, Emma Hart, Martin Rowson, Rene Matić, Bedwyr William, and more, along with new works by Alex Wheatle, Nicola Lane, and Simeon Barclay. Investigating the changes the comic has gone through over the years to meet evolving cultural standards, this exhibition offers an insight into what makes the Beano still relevant to new generations of trouble-makers, all while keeping things colourful, chaotic, and - most of all - fun.
Tickets are available at Somerset House’s website.

‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House
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