EU must be joking! Brexit cartoon exhibition beckons

Written by David Singleton on 5 May 2016 in Culture
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Nigel Farage to open new exhibition at the Political Cartoon Gallery.

After weeks of fighting each other, David Cameron and Boris Johnson will soon be united. In cartoon form at least.

Some of the UK’s best cartoons on the subject of the EU Referendum will be housed under one roof from next month in a new exhibition in London.

The Political Cartoon Gallery in Richmond is set to display original works by the likes of Steve Bell and Martin Rowson of the Guardian, Peter Brookes and Morten Morland of The Times, Dave Brown, Peter Schrank and Brian Adcock from the Independent, MAC from the Daily Mail and Christian Adams and Bob Moran from The Daily Telegraph.

The exhibition will be opened by Nigel Farage and will run from Thursday 2 June until Saturday 3 September.

The Political Cartoon Gallery represents over 300 leading cartoonists from Britain, the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Russia and South Africa.

"Whether you are for Brexit or Bremain, come and laugh at how Nigel Farage, David Cameron, Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and Iain Duncan Smith et al are deliciously satirised by our very best political cartoonists,” says a spokeperson for the gallery.

Below is a taster of what to expect…

 

 

 

 

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