Since September the South London Gallery has been exhibiting a collection of contemporary art.
With work from such artists as Simeon Barclay and Rebecca warren, and having been curated by SLG
Director Margaret Heller and artist Ryan Gander, the exhibition is a explores the use of humour as a
device in contemporary art in an attempt to uplift viewers in spite of the current political climate.
The guardian rates it at four stars, an admirable score for a small gallery.
This exhibition is slated to be disbanded on November 18 th so be sure to see it while it’s here.