Heroes and Villains

Heroes and Villains Publication

Heroes and Villains Publication

PAST TOURING EXHIBITION

Heroes and Villains is a unique collaboration between the caricaturist Gerald Scarfe and the National Portrait Gallery. Images of well-known figures, selected from the National Portrait Gallery's collections, are juxtaposed with caricatures of the sitters by Scarfe.

Joanna Lumley, Ian Rankin, Simon Schama, Stephen Bayley, Mo Mowlam and Melvyn Bragg are just a few of the public figures who argue their views for and against subjects as wide ranging as Henry VIII, Oswald Mosley, Virginia Woolf, the Beatles and Margaret Thatcher.

Venues

Millennium Galleries, Sheffield,
14 May - 21 August 2005

Publication
The display takes selected works from the fully illustrated publication with an introductory essay by Matthew Parris, contributions from over 45 celebrities, writers and experts and over 100 illustrations, 85 in colour.

Links
- Millenium Galleries, Sheffield