Category Archives: Exhibition

Narrating the Road to, and Reality of, Multicultural Britain

This article follows the series on Art and nationalism. Two specific exhibits in London’s galleries have sought to tell the story of  the emergence of multicultural Britain, depicting a nation which journeyed through slavery, its abolition and the recognition of … Continue reading

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Art and Nationalism in London Museums: Representing Britain

This series examines how pieces of art in London museums speak to or about nationalism by representing or commenting on ‘the nation’. It presents an opportunity for the reader to not only consider the topic in relation to established artists … Continue reading

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Crimes against Humanity: An Exploration of Genocide and Ethnic Violence

by Sonia Morland Background The ‘Crimes against Humanity’ exhibition is located in the London Imperial War Museum, in a small space above the Holocaust exhibition. The exhibition is made up of two parts: a thirty minute film on genocides throughout … Continue reading

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