Art & Artists / Exhibitions / Roger Law: From Satire to Ceramics

Spitting Image, Margaret Thatcher Fogg Dam Charger, Hand-carved celadon glazed porcelain Jesus Bird Plate, Fine porcelain Spitting Image, Ken Livingstone as Tweety Pie Luck & Flaw, Roger Law and Peter Fluck with their caricature ceramics Roger Law and Mr Wu Song Ming at work on big pots in Jingdezhen

Roger Law: From Satire to Ceramics

18 November - 3 April 2018

£7/£6 concessions

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Renowned for co-creating the hit 1980s and 1990s television series Spitting Image with Peter Fluck, Roger Law has been a seminal British artist and cultural commentator for the last four decades. He has subsequently become a major ceramic artist, establishing himself as a pioneering figure in his work in Jingdezhen, one of China’s most famous porcelain centres.

Roger Law: From Satire to Ceramics, opening on 18th November explores the full range of Law’s extraordinary career, in an exhibition that looks at his artistic and intellectual formation, and the successive environments he worked in. 


Health and Safety information:
Please note the Mezzanine Gallery is not open to visitors who, in the event of an emergency evacuation, cannot descend the steep spiral staircase independently and unaided.