Pax Britannica is a forthcoming exhibition at The Aquarium Gallery, London, sponsored by the Stop the War Coalition. It features work from a range of well-known painters, photographers and street artists, including Ralph Steadman (who designed the show poster, above), Alan Kitching, Gerald Scarfe, Steve Bell, Banksy, Richard Hamilton, Peter Kennard and Jenny Matthews. Curator Ruth Boswell says she plans to make a documentary about the exhibition. Pax Britannica will run from 16 March at The Aquarium Gallery, 10 Woburn Walk, London WC1.
It has also been given a new visual identity, including wordmark, colour palette and physical materials, by design studio Touch.
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