Competition: Barbican tickets and lunch

We're giving away two tickets to Martin Parr's Strange and Familiar exhibition plus £100 to spend at the Barbican's restaurant.

Tina Barney The Lady, 2001 © Tina Barney, Courtesy of Paul Kasmin Gallery

Tina Barney The Lady, 2001

How do artists from other countries perceive modern Britain? In the Barbican's unique and intriguing show,  Strange and Familiar: Britain as revealed by International Photographers, Martin Parr has curated images by European, Asian and American photographers to find out. The exhibition features work by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Tina Barney and Hans van der Meer.

We've teamed up with the Barbican Art Gallery to offer you the chance to win two tickets to the exhibition plus £100 to spend at the venue's newly refurbished restaurant Osteria. 

Simply fill in the form below and those who submit the correct answer will be entered into the draw. Please read the terms and conditions before entering. The competition closes at 00:00 on Friday 6 May.

Strange and Familiar: Britain as revealed by International Photographers is at the Barbican until 19 June, reduced price with a National Art Pass.

Venue details

Barbican Art Gallery Level 3, Barbican Centre London EC2Y 8DS 020 7638 8891

Entry details

Reduced price entry to exhibitions with National Art Pass

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