Grin & Bear It: Cruel humour in art and life.

David Campbell, Mark Durden, Ian Brown

    Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

    Abstract

    Grin & Bear It: Cruel humour in art and life, Curated by Claire Feely and Matt PackerParticipating Artists: James Beale, Stella Capes, Common Culture, Henry Coombes, Francisco Goya, Catherine Harty, William Hogarth, W. K. Haselden, Friedrich Kunath, Peter Land, Sean Landers, Nevan Lahart, Leo McCann, Harold Offeh, David Sherry, David Shrigley, Stephen Sutcliffe, Bedwyr Williams, and Ed Young. Poking fun at life's absurdities conceals the fine line that exists between laughter and sadness. Although there are recognisable jokes throughout the exhibition, it focuses specifically on what it is that makes us resort to humour in difficult situations.

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    Art
    Laughter
    Francisco De Goya
    Absurdity
    Peter Land
    Fun
    David Shrigley
    Artist
    Jokes
    William Hogarth
    Sean Landers

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    Campbell, D. (Author), Durden, M. (Author), & Brown, I. (Author). (2009). Grin & Bear It: Cruel humour in art and life.. Exhibition, Retrieved from http://www.glucksman.org/ExhibitionsArchive/exhibitions_Grin+BearIt.html
    Campbell, David (Author) ; Durden, Mark (Author) ; Brown, Ian (Author). / Grin & Bear It: Cruel humour in art and life.. [Exhibition].
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    Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

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