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To End All Wars Exhibition


To End All Wars is an outstanding anthology of original graphic stories about The Great War, published by Soaring Penguin Press. This exhibition in six glass display cabinets in the Barbican Library on Level 2 of the Barbican Centre is curated by the Pen’rallt Gallery Bookshop, Machynlleth, Wales and presents a selection of scripts, sketches, artworks, commentaries and biographies by co-editors Brick and Jonathan Clode and several of the other British and international contributors.

Photos courtesy of Bridget Lappin

Tickets: Admission Free
Where: Barbican Library, Level 2, Barbican Centre, London EC2Y 8DS
When: November 3 to November 23, 2014

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