Peter Kennard: Unofficial War Artist

IWM London
Last chance to see, closes 30 May 2016

Peter Kennard is Britain’s most important political artist whose imagery has become synonymous with the modern protest movement. This first major retrospective of his work demonstrates how Kennard has consistently confronted issues in world politics and British governmental policy both at home and abroad, inspiring many of today’s politically-aware artists from Mark Wallinger to Banksy.

Free entry

Peter Kennard, Crushed Missile, 1980 (detail) © the artist

Talks and Events

Art Gallery Tour: Peter Kennard: Unofficial War Artist

A free, hour long tour of exhibition Peter Kennard: Unofficial War Artist. The tour will highlight key pieces and themes within the exhibition while assessing the immediate impact of Kennard’s art and its effect on subsequent generations.

Free

Family Art Workshop: Protest and Survive

Join celebrated political artist Peter Kennard and develop your own Unofficial War Art collages and drawings on the subject of protest, linked to the current retrospective of his work at IWM London.

Free

IWM London
Lambeth Road
London
SE1 6HZ
 
Nearest tube stations:

Lambeth North (10 mins)

Waterloo (15 mins)

Elephant and Castle (15 mins)

Open 10am - 6pm every day

Last admission is at 5.30pm