Ben Turnbull: No Guts No Glory

Saatchi Gallery
Until May 08
An exhibition of works by artist Ben Turnbull will open at the Saatchi Gallery during April.
‘No Guts No Glory’ will take the form of a sequential visual story following American GI’s from departure to homecoming.
Return of the Living Dead, Courtesy of the Saatchi Gallery
Themes including heroism, sacrifice, propaganda and patriotism will be explored in this series of montage works inspired by the World War I recruitment posters of James Montgomery Flagg.

For his latest exhibition, the artist has encompassed artefacts such as flags, comics, toys and military attire. ‘No Guts No Glory’ will be accompanied by a brochure in the form of a folding flag.

Details

Venue:
Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York's HQ, King's Road, London SW3 4RY
Transport:
Tube: Sloane Square
Opening hours:
Daily: 10am-6pm
Entry fee:
Free
Dates:
April 11 - May 08



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