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British artist David Shrigley is best known for his humourous drawings that make witty and wry observations on everyday life.
David Shrigley: Brain Activity
Image courtesy of the Hayward Gallery
Trained as a fine artist, his deliberately crude graphic style gives his work an immediate and accessible appeal, while simultaneously offering insightful commentary on the absurdities of human relationships.This exhibition, his first major survey show in London, will cover the full range of Shrigley's diverse practice. This extends far beyond drawing to include photography, books, sculpture, animation, painting and music.
1 Feb – 21 Feb, £5 with National Art Pass (standard entry is £8)
Mon – Wed, Sat – Sun, 10am – 6pm
Thurs – Fri, 10am – 8pm
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What the critics say
Visitors navigate the show in a descending figure-of-eight, taking in the various Bauhauser paintings, puppets, lamps, teapots, typefaces " as they go