5 Affordable Offbeat London Exhibitions to See in Winter 2018-19
This autumn/winter there’s something wonderfully unusual going on in London museums. Fascinating exhibitions await…
A fiesta celebrating objects made famous by the downtrodden, the forgotten, the protestors of this world curated by Have I Got News for You/Private Eye’s Ian Hislop.
A deliciously grim portrait of despair of Weimar Germany in the early 20th century through the eyes of New Objectivity.
Censored! Stage, Screen, Society at 50 | V&A (Victoria and Albert Museum) | Until 27 January 2019 | Free to all
From being banned on Facebook for showing nipples to editing films to cut out anything too extreme, censorship is still rife in the age of online freedom of speech. This free exhibition at the V&A charts censorship in performance across theatre, film and music.
Knock Knock: Humour in Contemporary Art | South London Gallery | Until 18 November 2018 | Free to all
Can art be funny without being pretentious? Get your laughing gear around this lot to find out…
Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2018 National Portrait Gallery Until 27 January 2019 | £6/5
An open competition to celebrate contemporary portrait photography from around the world proving there’s more to photography than just smartphone snapping.
Did we miss an intriguing offbeat exhibition? Leave a comment below with your suggestion.
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