Collage: A Political Act at The Ulster Muesum
The exhibition explores how artists use existing images to create new works, often prompting discussion through their bold statements, choice of subject and how they voice their frustrations. With pieces spanning a hundred years this exhibition plays with the idea that collage changes how we look at images.
Featuring recent acquisitions by international artists such as Troy Michie, and local pieces by Belfast based Joy Gerrard and Turner prize winners Array Collective – previously ‘throwaway’ artworks are made permanent and given new meaning.
Book tickets and find opening times by following the link on The National Museums event page.
Exhibition run until Sunday 29th May.