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Gemma Correll: I Have No Idea What I Am Doing

Friday 12 May–Saturday 24 June

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Gemma Correll is an illustrator, cartoonist and writer. She was born in Suffolk and graduated from Norwich University of the Arts in 2006. She has since developed a worldwide following for her cartoons that have appeared in newspapers and magazines, including the New York Times, and portray serious subjects in a witty way particularly addressing feminism and mental health.

Gemma has published four books and illustrated many more. Her latest book ‘It’s a Pug’s Life: Lessons in living and love’ came out in 2022. She now lives in California with her husband and three rescue Pugs that continue to inspire her work. This exhibition entitled I Have No Idea What I’m Doing at Diss Corn Hall Gallery is her first solo exhibition in the UK.

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Image credit: Imposter, Gemma Correll

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