22nd March to 13 July 2014
V&A, Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL
Six stories with objects grouped around them, including Nationalism, London 2012,
Plastic and Modernism.
Design Museum, 28 Shad Thames, London SE1 2YD
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts puts on a show displaying the best East Anglia has to offer. On display will be diverse selection of the area’s visual arts: from paintings, sculptures, architecture, ceramics, glass, and jewellery to photography, graphic design, fashion and costume, product and textile design – from the prehistoric period to the present day. Included in the show is an exhibition of the finely-crafted model of Melton Constable Hall - which remarkably survived due to it being adapted for use as a doll’s house.
14th September to 24th February 2014
Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts, University Drive, Norwich NR4 7TJ
One hundred and twenty years is quite a birthday. Celebrating its anniversary this November the RIBA Journal also marked its relaunch with a party in the rough and ready spaces soon to be transformed by AHMM into Derwent’s White Collar Factory. At the edge of Silicon Roundabout, or Old Street as you will still find it marked on maps, the party brought together a glittering crowd of leading architects and those who had been involved in the magazine over the years. The six surviving ex-editors, José Manser, Peter Murray, Amanda Baillieu, Richard Wilcock, John Welsh and Jonathan Glancey were gathered for a historic portrait with current RIBA Journal editor, Hugh Pearman...
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