A caravan turned into an art gallery which tours the country. It shows wryly observed drawings, photographs and collages and is “particularly drawn to absurd anomalies and curious juxtapositions“. The caravan, in case you were wondering, is a diminutive mustard model (circa 1969), with white walls and beech floor on the inside. Sounds a bit like the sort of thing I’ve always wanted to do, except I bought a campervan which sits in the drive except for odd trips to Tescos. The Caravan Gallery website is here. I found it via Reach out and touch the screen, though after some thought and reflection realised I’d seen it on John Davies‘ site too.