The Sensory War

The Sensory War

Artists interpretations of war, from 1914 to 2014

This group exhibition marking the centenary of the First World War explores artists’ reactions to the impact of military conflict on the mind, the body and the senses.

Featuring work ranging from that of Paul Nash to Otto Dix, the real coup here is the first ever UK presentation of works by the 'hibakusha', survivors of the Hiroshima atomic bomb. It's a body of work devastating in its directness and truth.


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