If as a famous book once claimed, Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus, is masculinity from the Barbican?
Fungi, mushrooms, aids to food, lucid visions and artists – and now an exhibition at Somerset House.
The big three – the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, and the V&A Museum have all announced the dates they will reopen following the lockdown.
The museum inside Charles Dickens London home is reopening after its virus lockdown, with a new exhibition that will include eight newly colourised portraits.
A couple of years ago, a prophetic exhibition about pandemics was held at the Museum of London, and now they’ve put it online.
Museums can’t afford to ignore anniversaries, so in this the 200th anniversary of the Lady with the Lamp’s birth, the Florence Nightingale Museum has assembled 200 objects that signify her life and legacy.
An exhibition that charts and celebrates the history of printing from the hand laid out letter presses to the modern computer aided design.
With this year marking the 150th anniversary of Charles Dicken’s death, an exhibition is looking at the sort of childhood the average person could have expected when he was a child.
Just in time for Halloween, an exhibition will be opening later this year all about how people were killed by the state.
A corridor in the V&A Museum is lined with small pencil drawings, showing a young Beatrix Potter experimenting with the ideas which would form her later books.