The Return of Unusual Summer Guests

This summer we're delighted to invite a selection of unsual and quirky figurative guests to our late summer gathering of prints and drawings. Our exhibition of curous characters includes a wide range, from Allen Jones's incredibly rare billboard comprised of 10 screenprints, Legs (1975), to intimate self-portrait drawings by Tony Bevan. 

Also included here are the poetic cats and women of Corneille, a surreal charcoal drawing by the Japanese-Swiss artist Leiko Ikemura and the intricate lithographs of André Thomkins published in the 1970s. 

Ikemura, Leiko
Circus.
Charcoal on cream paper.
Size of sheet: 56 x 42 cm.
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Bevan, Tony
Diptych: Neck & Self-Portrait
Pastel & graphite on paper.
Each 10 x 15.1 cm.
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Welsh, Derek
Tate Modern neighbourhood.
Pen on paper.
Size of sheet: 29.5 x 21 cm.
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Thomkins, André
«Jungfernfahrt-Stapellauf».
Lithograph.
Size of sheet: 48.9 x 63.2 cm.
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Thomkins, André
«Eltern haften fūr ihre Kinder».
Lithograph.
Size of sheet: 49.5 x 63.3 cm.
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Thomkins, André
«Nordheim-Nordheim».
Lithograph.
Size of sheet: 49 x 64.5 cm.
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Thomkins, André
«Verhaltensmuster».
Screenprint in colour.
Size of sheet: 62.5 x 90 cm.
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Thomkins, André
«Burgunder».
Lithograph.
Size of sheet: 64 x 46.6 cm.
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