PREVIEW: The Covid Letters, The Foundling Museum

The Foundling Museum is set to stage the first exhibition by fashion provocateur Jonny Banger from the 24th October. The Foundling Museum Trustee Jeremy Deller has invited Jonny Banger, designer and owner of subversive fashion label Sports Banger, to show the work he gathered from the nation’s children during lockdown. A selection of over 200 works… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Exhibition Picks for 2020

Happy New Year! To celebrate arriving in 2020 – here’s LLLC’s guide to some exhibitions to look out for in the year ahead… Picasso and Paper, Royal Academy of Arts: the first major exhibition to open this year, Picasso and Paper will open to the public on the 25th January. This is a chance for… Read More

PREVIEW: Two Last Nights! Show Business in Georgian Britain, The Foundling Museum

The Foundling Museum’s exhibition will be an interactive exhibition exploring the mechanics of going to the theatre. On display from the 20th September until the 5th January 2020, Two Last Nights! Show Business in Georgian Britain will take over the whole museum to explore  the mechanics of theatre and concert going in eighteenth and nineteenth… Read More

PREVIEW: Ladies of Quality & Distinction, The Foundling Museum

From the 21st September, The Foundling Museum will present an exhibition examining the portraits and stories of the remarkable women who supported the establishment and running of London’s Foundling Hospital.  Marking 100 years  of female suffrage, Ladies of Quality & Distinction resets the focus of the Hospital’s story, celebrating the women involved with the hospital from mothers, supporters, wet nurses,… Read More

PREVIEW: Picturing Hetty Feather, The Foundling Museum

The Foundling Museum will later this month open a new exhibition looking at the way in which Jacqueline Wilson’s Hetty Feather helped bring the history of the Foundling Hospital to life.  On display from the 26th May, Picturing Hetty Feather is a family-friendly exhibition that will explore the way in which curators, writers, directors and designers have… Read More