The first major exhibition of IWM’s collection of contemporary art produced since the First Gulf War.
From an installation bearing photographs of British service personnel killed in Iraq to Tony Blair taking a 'selfie' in front of an explosion, this exhibition charts the many different ways artists have responded to warfare over the past two decades.
Including works by Willie Doherty, Ori Gersht and Edmund Clark, the display veers from the moving, to the humorous, to the philosophical and even the outraged.
There is particular emphasis on the role of the media, looking at how it has shaped the public's understanding of current events, as well as the way history is 'written'.
On display are more than 70 works of photography, film, sculpture, oil paintings and prints, while accompanying media allows the artists to discuss their motivations for creating work that centres on conflict.