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Joy In People: Jeremy Deller
This mid-career survey – the first in the artist’s career – provides a fresh overview of his multi-faceted work. The exhibition will incorporate almost all of his major works to date, including installations, photographs, videos, posters, banners, performance works, and sound pieces, shown together with new work.
Jeremy Deller: Joy in People will include a number of his pioneering collaborative works with fans and amateur cultural practitioners, such as The Uses of Literacy (1997), an exhibition created by fans of The Manic Street Preachers, which brings together paintings, collages, drawings, books, poetry and ephemera inspired by the band’s lyrics. The exhibition will also feature several music-related videos, such as Acid Brass (1997), for which he commissioned a traditional brass band to play contemporary acid house music.
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Venue: Hayward Gallery
Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road
SE1 8XZ 51.506878, -0.117544
→ Charing Cross 5 min walk
→ Waterloo 5 min walk