The exhibition Reflections on the Self: From Dürer to Struth examines the ever-changing face of portraiture from 1400 to the present day.

The concept behind the exhibition was born from a self-portrait by photographer Thomas Struth in which he explored a self-portrait by Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer. The works in the rest of the exhibition span from Dürer's piece to the 21st century, encompassing the time between the two German artists.

Martin Kippenberger, Gillian Wearing, Rembrandt and Warhol Polaroids are all featured as well as pieces by Lucian Freud, Henry Moore, and Edvard Munch, the latter three will not be up for sale.

The exhibition will run until 5th September.