Venice Biennale: Jeremy Deller unveils English Magic exhibition


Turner Prize-winner Jeremy Deller has created an "aggressive" anti-establishment exhibition to represent Britain at the Venice Biennale.

It features attacks on the Royal Family, former Prime Minister Tony Blair and the artist's pet hate: Range Rovers.

Deller's six-room exhibition, titled English Magic, opens with a giant mural of a Hen Harrier clasping a blood red Range Rover in its talons.

Deller spoke to the BBC's arts editor, Will Gompertz, about the inspiration for his work.

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