Best Exhibitions to See in London This Weekend (19th and 20th August)

Here is Love London Love Culture’s pick of exhibitions to visit this weekend… 


Star Wars Identities Exhibition, The O2:  if you haven’t been to see this exhibition yet, this is the final chance to visit it before it closes on the 3rd September. Filled with props, costumes and designs this is a must-see interactive exhibition for those who love the Star Wars series. Find out what Love London Love Culture thought hereBook tickets through  Love and Love London Love Culture


The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains, Victoria and Albert Museumthis blockbuster exhibition examines the music and career of one of the most influential bands ever created. Marking the 50th anniversary since the release of Pink Floyd’s  first single Arnold Layne, the exhibition features 350 objects and artefacts including never-before-seen material, presented alongside works from the V&A’s  collection. To book tickets visit:  , UK   and now Love London Love Culture. 


Picturing Hetty Feather, Foundling Museumclosing on the 3rd of September, this exhibition is perfect for families and explores how writers, directors and designers have used historical evidence and factual gaps to bring the nineteenth-century Foundling Hospital to life. It features props and original costumes from the CBBC Hetty Feather television programme as well as unseen treasures from the Foundling Hospital Collection and archive.

The City is Ours, Museum of Londonfor those who are fascinated with the way in which we live, the Museum of London’s latest exhibition explores the joys and challenges of urban living. The exhibition includes a nine-metre-wide film called Urban Earth that visualises data from major cities around the world to compare them on issues and a film looking at how citizens are using mobile phones and social media to assemble en masse in public spaces.

Matisse in the Studio, Royal Academy of Artsthe latest Royal Academy of Arts latest exhibition explores the way in which Matisse’s work was inspired by his own personal collection. It features a wide range of paintings, sculptures and drawings alongside the work it inspired. The exhibition is on display until the 12th November. 


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