This is an excellent exhibition, much better than I thought it would be. Not just a lot of prints and cartoons, but sculpture, original paintings and drawings, film, photographs and a comprehensive history with well-written captions to the works.
But huge, it takes hours if you want to read all the text and examine the cartoons carefully. Particularly good is Room 2, where there are comments on the Hogarth prints done by the writers for Viz comic, and huge screens covered in blown-up comic pages, plus reproductions from the Viz letter page, including hints on making green from D Hockney (mix blue and yellow), and how to reproduce an Anish Kapoor in your living room from A Gormley. Nicholas Serota is also 'quoted'.