Defining beauty: the body in ancient Greek art, is a major exhibition focusing on the human body.

And News Shopper has 16 pairs of tickets available to see it at the British Museum.

For centuries the ancient Greeks experimented with ways of representing the human body, both as an object of beauty and a bearer of meanings.

The remarkable works of art in the exhibition range from abstract simplicity of prehistoric figurines to breathtaking realism in the age of Alexander the Great.

These works continued to inspire artists for hundreds of years, giving form to thought and shaping our own perceptions of ourselves.

Sponsored by Julius Baer, Defining Beauty features over 120 objects, including some of the most beautiful Greek sculpture to have survived from antiquity.

For the first time in decades, a selection of the Parthenon sculptures will be displayed in the context of other great works of Greek art.

Together these objects tell a visually impressive story of the human self.

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to the exhibition, simply answer the following question.

Which ancient culture does the exhibition Defining Beauty focus on?

A) Vikings

B) Greek

C) Romans

Text your answer to 80360, starting your message with NSBRITMUSEUM leave a space and then put your answer, name, number, email and address.

Or send your entry with your name, address and contact phone number on a postcard or a stuck-down envelope to: Defining Beauty competition, News Shopper, Mega House, Crest View Drive, Petts Wood, Kent BR5 1BT.

Closing date: June 19.

Terms & conditions: Texts cost 50p plus your normal operator text charge. Lines close June 18, at 11.59pm. 

Each prize consists of two tickets to Defining beauty: the body in ancient Greek art at the British Museum, London.

Tickets are valid subject to availability, please note that there is restricted capacity within the exhibition space and your first choice of time may not be available. Tickets are valid until July 5, 2015. Travel is not included in the prize. Winners are responsible for any extra charges incurred whilst redeeming the prize in addition to those covered by the prize funds above. Tickets are non-transferable and no cash alternative is available.

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