Wednesday, 26 May 2010

Martin Rowson: Creations in Bad Faith

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We're very excited about an exhibition of Martin Rowson's work for New Humanist, which we're hosting at the Menier Gallery in Southwark from 8-12 June. The exhibition, "Creations in Bad Faith", is free to attend and will be open from 10am-6pm each day, except for Saturday the 12th when it closes at 4pm (there's the small matter of an England match that evening anyway).

But the really exciting news is that all our readers are invited to attend a special private view and chairty auction on 8 June, 6.30-9pm, when Laurie Taylor will wield the gavel and give you the chance to get your hands on your very own orignal piece of Martin Rowson artwork. There will, of course, be some booze and food to help loosen your checkbooks, so if you're interested in attending download the invitation from our site (PDF).

It should be great fun. As Laurie says, "Martin Rowson skewers the lies, hypocrisies and pious platitudes of organised religion with quite enough sacriligious relish to secure him a prominent place in Hell. Bang next to Voltaire."