Starting today, the V&A is hosting a seven-day online celebration of all things Glastonbury. Coinciding with the weekend when the world-famous festival was due to celebrate its 50th year, the V&A has delved into its collections and asked for contributions from its curators to help fill your festival void.
Heston Blumenthal’s pubic hair, Da Vinci, Jews, the top deck of a bus, pillars, diamonds and wrinkles.
Lie on a bed, landscapes break apart, Croydon, what we hang in our homes, a petrol station, a car crash and motherhood.
Ships, UFOs, Windrush, pollution, sex slavery, Londoners and data.
Giant legs, whales, trippy colours, yetis, Verdi, menstrual blood and broken cars.
This week’s Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see include: Colourful buildings, health, arms and legs, photorealism, heads, Siberia and yoga.
Not 5 but 9 exhibitions to catch this week
Wandering through the halls of an empty Victoria and Albert Museum It was like Christmas all over again. If I hadn’t been so keen to see the talk then I may very well have not made it for the 7pm start time at The Lydia and Manfred Gorvy lecture theatre.
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Every Monday Tabish Khan brings you five exhibitions that you should visit during the week each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether its for you ..