30 October 2017

Art Since 9/11 Capturing The Age Of Terror By Edward Lucie-Smith

The new show, ‘Age of Terror: Art since 9/11’ on the top floor of the London branch of the Imperial War Museum struggles to define the idea of ‘war’ in contemporary circumstances. The IWM was founded in 1917

16 July 2014

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Imperial War Museum Unveils WWI Art Exhibition And New Foster & Partners Atrium

The preview for London’s Imperial War Museum’s new First World War Galleries and atrium takes place today. The gallery will showcase large object displays and a major First World War art exhibition –Truth and Memory which opens today, 16 July for a press view. The IWM London sports a newly curated gallery displays and objects […]

10 November 2013

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Imperial War Museum Offers Free Admission For Remembrance Sunday

Today is Remembrance Sunday and the Imperial War Museum in London is offering free admission to the museum for all and hope that people will take the opportunity to visit it as the museum remembers members of the Armed Forces who gave their lives in active service. At 11am, a two-minute silence will was observed […]

14 April 2012

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Kate Middleton Commemorates Great War At Imperial War Museum

The Duchess and Duke of Cambridge are to aid the fundraising efforts for the new commemorative WWI galleries at IWM The Duchess of Cambridge and Art History graduate Kate Middleton is to visit London’s Imperial War Museum for a major fundraising event. This has been announced jointly by Clarence House and the Imperial War Museum. […]

29 August 2011

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Imperial War Museum Launches 9/11 Exhibition

10th Anniversary Marked by multiple shows On the morning of 11 September 2001, nineteen al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked four commercial passenger planes in the United States. Two planes were flown into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York, causing both towers to collapse. A third plane was crashed into the Pentagon, just […]