""Artist"" Exhibition by Darren Cullen

Thursday, October 10, 2019 - 10:00
Described by Conservative MP Johnny Mercer as a: “Britain hating anarchist who knows the value of nothing” Darren Cullen brings his satirical, bitterly funny exhibition, “”Artist””, to LICAF 2019.

10th – 13th October
10.00am - 6.00pm
The Warehouse, Brewery Arts Centre

The show explores subjects as diverse as the Iraq war, the UK police and of course the Daily Mail.

Originally from Leeds and now based in London where he runs WAR Gallery, a studio/gallery of political and comic art, Darren is perhaps best known for his Pocket Money Loans installation at Banksy's Dismaland, winning a legal dispute with Shell over his anti-Shell artwork, and the Action Man: Battlefield Casualties toys and short film.

In 2018 he released the Mini Daily Mail, a hand-drawn satirical scale-model of what he calls "Britain's angriest and horniest newspaper.”

Related event: Darren Cullen – Pushing / overstepping Boundaries