Joint ticket offer
On weekdays you can visit Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty and Cludia Andujar: The Yanomami Struggle for the discounted price of just £25. Simply add tickets for each exhibition to your basket and the saving will automatically be generated.
A few things to consider before your visit:
- Our cloakrooms are currently closed so avoid bringing large bags with you. Long umbrellas will not be allowed in the gallery.
- A large print guide is available to download here for visitors that might find it useful.
- Advance Booking is essential - there are currently no ticket sales options available at the venue
Brutal Beauty Curator Eleanor Nairne takes us on a tour of her highlights from the exhibition.
Read the Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty online exhibition guide featuring section introductions and a gallery map.
Not familiar with Jean Dubuffet ? Don’t fear, as our Research Assistant and resident Dubuffet expert Camille Houzé has written a short biography about the artist’s life and legacy.
Take inspiration from Jean Dubuffet's art and learn more about Art Brut with these fun animated activities to make you and your family feel creative.
Explore this series of talks with contemporary artists about how Jean Dubuffet and the Art Brut movement have influenced their practice. With Rashid Johnson, Julie Mehretu and more.
Explore a collection of activities and resources, co-produced by Headway East London, inspired by Jean Dubuffet.
Families and Schools
Family Activity Sheet
Get the whole family involved in the Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty exhibition with our interactive exercises in our Family Activity Sheet
Download our Teacher Resource, suitable for Key Stages 2 - 5. Inspired by Jean Dubuffet's playful and experimental spirit, the tasks are aimed to get students of all ages exploring his life and work in a fun and creative way.
Entry to the Art Gallery is free for all students in Key Stages 1-3. A discounted group booking rate of £3 per student is available to students in formal education groups up to the age of 19.
For bookings and enquiries please contact the school groups booking line:
Tel: 020 7382 7211 (Mon–Fri 10am–5pm)
Email: [email protected]
Please note, you will need to book at least two weeks in advance if you would like a free exhibition introduction as part of your visit.
All group visits will be subject to current government guidance, so please check current developments before planning your trip.