It has just been announced that Gorillaz co-founder Jamie Hewlett will be showing new works across three exhibitions at London’s Saatchi Gallery from November. The exhibition, encapsulating three shows under the title The Suggestionists , covers Tarot, B-movies, Russ Meyer and large-scale drawings of trees observed in the south of France.
Imagined as a “psychogeographic journey… linked through the tantalising power of suggestion,” knowing Jamie’s previous work with the Gorillaz and Tank Girl , the show is sure to be a corker.
The Suggestionists is curated by Christopher Westbrook and pre-exhibition prints are available here. The show opens on 18 November.
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