'We're going to the gallery. Mummy wants to show us the art.'
And so John and Susan go with their Mummy to look at modern and conceptual art at the gallery. And hence, it's quite an education! Referencing the Ladybird books of the 60s era, this Dung Beetle Learning Guide is an hilarious satire on contemporary art and how it is perceived and is guaranteed laugh out loud funny. Whether you're a lover or all things modern art or a huge skeptic, page after page will strike a chord. Based on memories of the author, Miriam Elia, and her trips to galleries with her parents when she was young, the book is affectionate, clever and tongue in cheek and would make a great quirky gift for the adult in your life with a sense of humour.
Please note this book is strictly for grown ups!
Small hardback book with 46 pages. This book is hugely popular and selling fast!
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