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I Object: Ian Hislop's search for dissentJournalist, historian and Have I Got News For You regular Ian Hislop has been on a mission to find stories of dissent, subversion and satire hidden within the vast collections of the British Museum for I Object, the museum's new autumn exhibition. Exploring how people have used objects to subvert official ideology and to mock the powerful throughout history, the display highlights handpicked objects associated with dissent - like the suffragettes of the Edwardian era, and the work of outspoken Chinese artists. Often anonymously created, the pieces give a voice to those who would otherwise be without one. From a defaced Roman bust to 18th century satirical prints to modern African cloth, each object has been chosen because of the subversive or satirical message it carries. A highlight of the exhibition is an artwork by Banksy, a hoax piece called Peckham Rock which was secretly 'installed' by the artist in the museum in 2005.

 

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I Object: Ian Hislop's search for dissent  Ian Hislop explores the British Museum's Enlightenment Gallery. J.Fernandes/D.Hubbard © Trustees of the British Museum  

   
I Object: Ian Hislop's search for dissent - Ian Hislop explores the British Museum's Enlightenment Gallery. J.Fernandes/D.Hubbard © Trustees of the British Museum

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DATES  23rd May to 26th August 2019
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