Gerald Holtom's rarely exhibited original sketches for the peace symbol will go on view this March at the Imperial War Museum in London. The post See the Original 1958 Sketches for the Peace Symbol appeared first on Hyperallergic.
This is Part II from TFB’s visit to the Imperial War Museum in London. The Imperial Museum is not complete without a part with The Falklands War in 1982, when Argentina invaded the Falkland Islands. Both British SAS and SBS special forces took important parts in this conflict. Show More Summary
If you’re in London please take time to visit one of the Imperial War Museums. It’s a great place to see British Military History (and hide from the terrible weather). The pictures below are from TFB’s recent visit to Imperial War Museum London, on Lambeth Road. Show More Summary
US-based artist Mahwish Chishty, born in Pakistan and raised in Saudi Arabia, opened her first solo international exhibition at IWM London with a selection of 2D and 3D works from her Drone Art series. She is exhibiting her most recent drone model Reaper for the first time. Show More Summary
The H&H Classics sale at the Imperial War Museum Duxford on October 12th features an E-Type barnfind set to return to life. The car is offered from a deceased estate. The late owner bought it in the 1970 for his wife and since the mid 70?s it has been stored and unused for years. Show More Summary
H&H Classics will be selling George Best?s 1972 white Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow at their Duxford sale on October 12 at the Imperial War Museum, Cambridgeshire. It is estimated to sell for £10,000 to £15,000. Best became one of the first celebrity footballers, but ultimately fell victim to his alcoholism in 2005 aged 59. Show More Summary
H&H Classics have two desirable cars consigned to their October 12th sale at the Imperial War Museum Duxford which were both garden-finds. The duo spent many decades ensconced in greenery, one in a hedge and the other in the lee of a holly bush. Show More Summary
A look at some of the stars of the UK's largest aviation musuem
The Imperial War Museum has reopened after a major refit and looks pretty dapper, even though it was overrun by… The post Dance of death appeared first on The Spectator.
From Baghdad to Bengal, St Paul?s Cathedral to the Imperial War Museum, the importance of Gerry Judah?s artwork should not be underestimated. Visually forceful and sensitively crafted, Judah?s poetic works engage with pressing geopolitical issues of conflict and climate change, while remaining deeply personal. Show More Summary
A ceremony commemorating the memory of the Soviet people killed during the World War II was held near the Imperial War Museum in London.
Recently, I was delighted get an invite to the Imperial War Museum's (IWM) inaugural re-opening of its American Air Museum (AAM) at Duxford in Cambridgeshire. The AAM opened to the public on Saturday 19 March 2016, after being closed for 12 months for major redevelopment work. Show More Summary
A look at the efforts of British armed forces abroad.
Members of the 7th Seaforth Highlanders, 15th (Scottish) Division during Operation Epsom on June 26, 1944. (Photo: Laing (Sgt)/Imperial War Museums) In early November, NASA astronaut Kjell Lindgren performed a stirring bagpipe rendition...Show More Summary
A new exhibition at the Imperial War Museum in London highlights Lee Miller's photos of women's experiences during WWII
"Lee Miller: A Woman's War" is a new major exhibition at the Imperial War Museum in London
Imperial War Museum presents an astonishing life.
Dan sent us these photos be took at the Imperial War Museum in London. This M1 Carbine, which was used by Norwegian resistance during WWII, has a German ZF-41 scope attached to the handguard. The German ZF-41 scope was the original “scout-style” scope. Show More Summary
A soldier, possibly Peter Prendys, lets Wojtek engage in his favorite activity—snacking. (Photo: Imperial War Museum/Public Domain) As the Syrian conflict escalates, millions of families have fled the country, searching for safer, better...Show More Summary
This 1944 Willys Jeep in classic US military livery was stolen from the Imperial War Museum in Duxford, England where it was parked out front for a show. It belonged to a 73-year-old man who got his hands on it and restored after his father had actually driven it in World War II. Read more...