AN exhibition called What Do We Want, featuring work by top UK artists, will come to Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum this autumn.

Visitors will see works by Mark Titchner and Turner Prize-winning artist Gillian Wearing.

And a spokesman added: “The exhibition also features 17 works from Worcester’s historic collection of satirical and political prints.

“And Worcester residents will be invited to create new street-level work with a Turner Prize-nominated artist.”

What Do We Want? explores ordinary people’s voices “against a world of corporate and political messages”, and it will run from September 22 until September 24.

The spokesman added: “Wearing and Titchner are known for their works which blur the lines between public identities, commercial consumption, and private lives.

“They provide powerful commentary on everyday perceptions of who we think we are and what we want, explored through forms of expression associated with personal and political language.”

What Do We Want? has been funded by the Weston Loan Programme with Art Fund and features works on loan from the Arts Council Collection.

Created by the Garfield Weston Foundation and Art Fund, the Weston Loan Programme is the first ever UK-wide funding scheme to enable smaller and local authority museums to borrow works of art and artefacts from the national collections.

The exhibition will be complemented by new, treet-level works of art, created by Mark Titchner in collaboration with Worcester residents, including representatives from Worcester’s homeless community.

The spokesman added: “The new artworks are inspired by Titchner’s 2006 work The Invisible Republic (on loan as part of the exhibition).”