JO BROCKLEHURST PRIZE DRAW
Win a pair of tickets to the exhibition and a curator-led tour, a tote bag and print, and a year’s membership to House of Illustration - allowing unlimited entry to all House of Illustration exhibitions, invitations to private views, priority bookings and 10% discount in the House of Illustration shop. Plus a Derwent Inktense Pencil set of 72 from Cass Art so you can create your own illustrations at home.
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Jo Brocklehurst captured the uncompromising vibrancy of late 20th century subcultures in London, Berlin and New York. Her figurative paintings from fetish clubs record experiments with sex, androgyny and couture that later inspired the mainstream fashion collections of Jean Paul Gaultier, while her best-known portraits from the 1980s offer a raw, beautiful and female perspective on punk. Co-curated by her model and muse Isabelle Bricknall, the majority of work in this first major retrospective has never been exhibited in public before.
House of Illustration
is the UK’s only public gallery and education space dedicated solely to illustration, with a creative programme of exhibitions, talks and events. Founded by Sir Quentin Blake it opened in July 2014 at the heart of the King’s Cross regeneration area. It is the place to see, learn about and enjoy illustration in all its forms; from picture books to political cartoons, advertisements to animation and scientific drawings to fashion design.
Image credits: Estate of Jo Brocklehurst.
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