Private Eye: The First 50 Years

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Browse Gallery

One of our favourite magazines has just launched an exhibition at the V&A. If you’re not familiar with Private Eye, it’s a British political satirical magazine that mixes humour and cartoons with investigative journalism. This exhibition focuses on the humorous side of the magazine, specifically the cartoon art. They’ve worked with several noted artists over the years, including the likes of Willie Rushton, Ralph Steadman, Michael Neath and Gerald Scarfe. (Creative Review)

See more of the exhibition after the leap.

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