The House of Illustration was founded by illustration extraordinaire, Sir Quentin Blake in 2014. It’s the UK’s only public gallery dedicated to illustration and the graphic arts and alongside exhibitions, the space hosts talks, events and an extensive learning programme delivered by professional illustrators.
|Venue name:||House of Illustration|
2 Granary Square
|Opening hours:||Open 10:00 - 18:00 Tuesday - Sunday Closed Mondays|
|Transport:||House of Illustration is a 7-10 minute walk from King’s Cross St Pancras station, served by numerous tube and national rail lines as well as buses. You will find us at the north-east corner of Granary Square, in the building to the right of Central Saint Martins as you face it. The entrance to House of Illustration is on the side facing the grassy area, near Waitrose.|
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Posy Simmonds: A Retrospective
The art of Posy Simmonds, creator of 'Tamara Drewe', is celebrated at the House of Illustration with an exhibition spanning her 50-years-plus career. Along with original sketches for Simmonds' Dorest-based saga (later made into a film starring Gemma Arterton),...Until Sunday September 15 2019
YiMiao Shih: Rabbrexit Means Rabbrexit
Opening on the day Britain may or may not leave the EU*, this exhibition at the House of Illustration showcases the talents of YiMiao Shih, Illustrator in Residence at the venue. In a stroke of satirical genius, Shih has imagined a parallel universe in...Until Sunday July 14 2019
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