Yesterday I went to an exhibition at the Wellcome Collection (Euston, London) entitled 'Death: A self-portrait'. Assembled by former antique print dealer Richard Harris (no no, not that Richard Harris) the diverse collection showcases our complex and contradictory attitudes towards death.
I really enjoyed it - I even bought the exhibition book - but it closes this Sunday so if you’re around London this weekend I’d recommend taking a peak before it’s gone for good. If you’ve visited it, which parts did you like/dislike?