A series of fictional exhibition posters imagining if the stars of the classic British comedy movies known as the 'Carry On films' had been international avant garde artists in their spare time.
Commercial galleries tend to be very serious places, especially the ones in central London where I first saw contemporary art in the 1980s. I find that seriousness quite funny. And because it's always been that way, I've been making this series of prints imagining how that sniffiness would might have been employed when exhibiting avant-garde art during the 20th century. Avant-sniffiness, if you like.