Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A)

Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A)

Located in London, the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) is home to millions of the world's precious and revered artistic artifacts.

Exhibiting Eclectic and Riveting Works of Art

Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A)

V&A: Frida Kahlo Exhibit. Photo. Frida Kahlo with Olmec figurine, 1939. Photo courtesy of Nickolas Muray Photo Archives

Since 1852, the Victoria and Albert Museum has undergone major transformations, evolving from a Museum of Manufactures to the world's leading art and design museum. Today, the V&A is host to evidence of over 5,000 years-worth of human artistic expression, spanning across centuries, continents, and mediums. Not only does the museum house extraordinary artistic creations, but the very buildings that make up the V&A are some of Britain's most famous and acclaimed architectural feats. In addition to permanently housing 2.3 million objects, these walls have displayed countless innovative and multidisciplinary exhibitions since the museum's construction over 150 years ago.

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2020

Exhibition - Renaissance Watercolours: from Dürer to Van Dyck

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Exhibition - Africa Fashion (2022)

2019

EXHIBITION - MARY QUANT

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Exhibition - Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk (2020)

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Project - Raphael Cartoons (2020)

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2018

Exhibition - Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up

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2017

Exhibition - Opera: Passion, Power and Politics

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2016

Exhibition - You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970

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