House of Illustration

The UK’s only public gallery dedicated solely to illustration, founded by Sir Quentin Blake; the ever-changing From the Studio exhibition is a chance to see what Blake is currently working on. Tue-Sat 10am-5.30pm, Sun 11am-5.30pm. Adult £8; child £4.

To 1 Mar: W.E.B. Du Bois: Charting Black Lives. Created by Du Bois for the Paris Exposition in 1900, this set of 63 graphics argued the case against white supremacism.

To 10 May: George Him: A Polish Designer for Mid-Century Britain. This Polish-Jewish artist was credited with introducing the latest European trends to Britain's graphic design scene.

6 Mar-28 Jun: Tom of Finland: Love and Liberation. A celebration of the work of gay cultural icon Tom of Finland, whose aesthetic influenced the style of Queen and the Village People.

Address: 
2 Granary Square,
London
N1C 4BH
United Kingdom

Map of House of Illustration