'Your Self' Exhibition Opens At Hogarth's House

Members of the public get a chance to exhibit self-portraits

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Peter Blake self portrait

(Self Portrait, Peter Blake, 2014)


William Hogarth Trust

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Your Self - a new exhibition of self-portraits by local residents - has opened for viewing at Hogarth's House. and runs untl Sunday 1 March; 12noon – 5.00pm (Tuesday – Sunday).

Your Self is an exhibition of self-portraits by members of the public and follows the enormously successful Small Self Exhibition of artist's self portraits in tribute to William Hogarth.

Submissions for the Exhibition were open to the public and many submissions have been included, with particular consideration to submissions from Hounslow residents. The exhibition marks the final stage in our tribute to Hogarth 250 years after his death.

Heritage Manager at Hogarth’s House John Collins said; “We are so pleased that so many people have responded to our call for work. We have received many interesting and varied submissions and it’s particularly pleasing to have been able to include so many self portraits by local residents”

Admission is free but donations are gratefully accepted. No advance booking required.

February 6, 2015