The excellent Football Is Art exhibition at the National Football Museum closes on Sunday 3rd November. If you still haven’t managed to visit then be sure to get to Manchester before it finishes.

I recently visited the exhibition with my family for the first time since the preview evening and it was great to take in even more of the brilliant artworks that were on display.

There really is something for everyone in the exhibition from oil paintings, etchings and prints through to fashion, sculpture and VR.

Football is Art National Football Museum

Not a Penny More

In case you missed it, the portrait Not a Penny More from my Identity project features in the “Despair” part of the exhibition!

It has been a dream to see my artwork displayed alongside pieces by the likes of Pablo Picasso, David Hockney, L.S. Lowry, Joan Miró, Paul Nash, Aardman and Banksy.

Plan Your Visit

The Football Is Art Exhibition is open daily until 3rd November 2019.

To plan a visit and find out more about the rest of the brilliant museum collection check out their website here.

Highlights from the Football Is Art Exhibition

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