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Humorous painting of a man with open shirt running with cup and toothbrush
Humour from Horror
Until Friday, October 27, 2017

The joke is the ultimate weapon. Trench humour permeates the most difficult situations, and some of the most difficult situations can be found in the heat of battle. This special exhibition, running until the end of October, highlights artists who have found light in dark situations.

The Green Howards Museum, Richmond
Temple Newsam House, Leeds
Showstoppers: Silver Centrepieces
Until Sunday, October 15, 2017

The historic collection of silver contained within the archives of Temple Newsam House take pride of place in this exhibition. See pieces by artists Junko Mori and Miriam Hanid, learn how they’re upending silversmithing, and participate in the crafts events for children.

Temple Newsam House, Leeds
Barbara Hepworth
Masterpieces by Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore
Until Monday, January 1, 2018

New for summer 2017, the two exhibitions will explore two giants of British art and their deep connection with Yorkshire. Find around 30 works by Barbara Hepworth from early drawings in 1925 up to her late marble sculptures of the 1970s, plus her personal library that has never been on public view before. Henry Moore’s documentation of war in art will be on show too, including drawings of Londoners seeking shelter and a series of sculptures.

The Hepworth, Wakefield
Captain Red Beard
The Toy Box: From Pop to Present
Until Saturday, September 23, 2017

This brand new exhibition explores the use of toys in contemporary art and design, from 1950s and 60s British Pop Art to movements such as Photorealism and Pop Surrealism. The exhibition features paintings, prints, sculptures, fashion, photography and – you guessed it – plenty of toys from across the globe. 

Barnsley Civic
A Fruit Feast
Designer Calls Day
Saturday, September 30, 2017

Emma Bossons, the youngest ever elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, draws inspiration for her Moorcroft pottery from the countryside. She’ll be in the Sissons Gallery, on 30 September, signing work for visitors between 12pm and 3pm.

Sissons Gallery, Helmsley

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