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Rebellion is neutered when it becomes art

The Citi exhibition. I Object!: Ian Hislop’s search for dissent British Museum room 35 until 20 January 2019 Satire in art is familiar to us all: Hogarth, Daumier, Gillray or, perhaps, Rabelais spring to mind. Their work using humour, irony or exaggeration to expose and criticize. They ridiculed the stupidity, pomposity, vices, follies or abuses of individuals, companies, rulers or …

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