original, challenging and controversial... Billy Apple was part of a generation that pushed the boundaries of what it meant to be an artist

- Leanne Pooley, Documentary film director

Billy Apple was in London when British art went 'Pop' in the '60s, in New York in the '70s when artists rejected the museum, and since the '80s has been right here, testing how far art can infiltrate life. Featuring everything from early pop and conceptual works to his latest investigations into branding and biomedicine, this is the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of his career and proves the extent to which Billy Apple has made art his life and life his art.

Saturday 14 March - Sunday 21 June

10am to 5pm daily


Image: Billy Apple, Motion Picture Meets the Apple 1963. Courtesy of the Chartwell Collection (detail)


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