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Architecture & Design

Disobedient Objects - Victoria and Albert Museum

From Suffragette teapots to protest robots, this exhibition will be the first to examine the powerful role of objects in movements for social change. It will demonstrate how political activism drives a wealth of design ingenuity and collective creativity

William Kent: Designing Georgian Britain - Victoria and Albert Museum

This exhibition focuses on the work of architect William Kent in early Georgian Britain. It will reveal how his artistic inventiveness set the style for his age in a time when Britain reinvented itself as a new nation, developing an Italian-inspired style

Time Machines: Daniel Weil & the Art of Design - Design Museum

This latest exhibition examines the process of design and how designers think and work. It shows how Weil inteprets sources, chooses projects, uses colour and creates form.

Martino Gamper: Design is a State of Mind - Serpentine Gallery

design is a state of mind will present a landscape of shelving systems, telling the story of design objects and their impact on our lives. This is the second major design exhibition staged by the Serpentine, following Design Real curated by Konstantin Grc

Designs of the Year 2014 - Design Museum

Returning for another year, the Design Museum's annual Designs of the Year exhibition brings together some of the most innovative designs from across the globe. The nominees for 2014 include Zaha Hadid, John Pawson and David Chipperfield.

Court & Craft: A Masterpiece from Northern Iraq - Courtauld Gallery

Discover the story behind one of the most beautiful and enigmatic objects in The Courtauld's collection: a bag made in Northern Iraq around 1300. No other object of this kind is known. Inlaid with gold and silver and decorated with a courtly scene

Comics Unmasked - British Library

Featuring some of the biggest names in comics, including Alan Moore (Watchmen, V for Vendetta), Neil Gaiman (Sandman), Mark Millar (Kick-Ass) and Grant Morrison (Batman: Arkham Asylum), the British comics tradition stretches back to the Victorian era and

Cities and Other Ruins: Reflections on Astley Castle - Sir John Soane's Museum

Sir John Soane’s Museum presents a pop-up exhibition by Witherford Watson Mann examining the RIBA Stirling Prize 2013 winning Astley Castle, in relation to their wider work on city transformation. The exhibition, opening 4 February, will examine their u

Georgians Revealed - British Library

Tasteful and polite, or riotous and pleasure-obsessed? Discover the Georgians as they really were, through the objects that tell the stories of their lives. From beautifully furnished homes to raucous gambling dens, Georgians Revealed explores the revo

Noise Festival 2014

The NOISE Festival 2014 exhibits talent organised into a variety of categories including fashion, film, music, design, architecture, written word, graphic design, enterprise, games, new media, fine art, illustration & now, comedy - all handpicked by our p