The incredibly prolific David Shrigley’s London show at the Stephen Friedman gallery comes down this weekend, so today is your final chance to go and see it. I for one used to be a huge fan of his, but have felt myself becoming cynical and over exposed to his work recently.
This show however puts DS firmly back in my top draw with a mix of wit and cheek that leaves you bewildered and elated in equal measures.
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