We Go To The Gallery
Closely modelled on the Peter and Jane Ladybird reading books from the 1960s and 70s, We Go To The Gallery is an irreverent satire and international best-seller, humorously exploring the contemporary art world through the eyes of two small children. Join John and Susan as they journey through the art exhibition, where, with the help of their mother, they discover the real meaning of all the contemporary art works - from empty rooms, to vagina paintings and inflatable balloon puppies.
19.8cm x 12.9cm
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