Exhibition: Forensic Art: Illustrating Justice

This exhibition runs from Fri, 22nd May 2020 to Sun, 20th Sep 2020. See all dates

This event runs over several days/weeks. Dates include:

Fri,
22nd May 2020  
(10am - 5:30pm)  <– Today
Sat,
23rd May 2020  
(10am - 5:30pm)
Sun,
24th May 2020  
(11am - 5:30pm)
Mon,
25th May 2020  
(10am - 5:30pm)
Tue,
26th May 2020  
(10am - 5:30pm)
Wed,
27th May 2020  
(10am - 5:30pm)
Thu,
28th May 2020  
(10am - 5:30pm)

This exhibition has not opened yet. Will open on Fri, 22nd May 2020

Cost: £8.80


Lifting the lid on the untold story of illustration in the criminal justice system over the last 200 years.

Featuring everything from 19th century courtroom sketches of the likes of Emmeline Pankhurst and Dr Crippen to contemporary digital ‘trial graphics’ used to explain forensic evidence to a jury, this landmark exhibition will show the crucial yet overlooked role illustration plays in the UK’s criminal justice system.

It will include facial composites, images from forensic notebooks and drawings from notorious trials by the women leading courtroom illustration in the UK today.


Contact and Booking Details

More information at this website.

No need to book tickets - just turn up on the day.


Location

House of Illustration,

2 Granary Square, King's Cross London,
N1C 4BH

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