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What's On at the V&A in March 2013?
29/01/13, 13:43

WHAT’S ON AT THE V&A IN MARCH 2013
www.vam.ac.uk

NEW MAJOR EXHIBITION

DAVID BOWIE IS

In partnership with Gucci

Sound experience by Sennheiser

23 MARCH –28 JULY 2013
The V&A has been given unprecedented access to the David Bowie Archive to curate the first international retrospective of David Bowie’s extraordinary career. Bowie is one of the most pioneering and influential performers of modern times and the exhibition brings together more than 300 objects including handwritten lyrics, original costumes, photography, set designs, album artwork and rare performance material from the past five decades. Bowie’s work has both influenced and been influenced by wider movements in art, design, theatre and contemporary culture and the exhibition focuses on his creative processes, shifting style and collaborative work with diverse designers in the fields of fashion, sound, graphics, theatre and film. V&A Members go free. Advanced booking advised, visit www.vam.ac.uk/davidbowieis or call 020 7907 7073

NEW EXHIBITION

TREASURES OF THE ROYAL COURTS: TUDORS, STUARTS AND THE RUSSIAN TSARS


9 MARCH –14 JULY 2013
This exhibition examines the development of cultural diplomacy and trade betweenBritainandRussiafrom its origins in 1555 when the London Muscovy Company was founded. It reveals the majesty and pageantry of the royal courts of Henry VIII to Charles II and Ivan IV (Ivan the Terrible) to the early Romanovs as they sought to strengthen their power against a backdrop of religious and social upheaval. Over 150 objects are displayed including spectacular examples of British and French silver from the Tsars’ Treasury sold through British merchants or given toRussiaas diplomatic gifts by successive English ambassadors from the reigns of Elizabeth I to Charles II. Tailor-made suits of armour from theGreenwichworkshop, jewellery such as the Barbor jewel, sumptuous textiles, furnishings, fine clothing and portraits of ambassadors, courtiers and monarchs reveal life at the royal courts between 1509 and 1685. The exhibition is part of the V&A’s programme of exhibition exchanges with the Kremlin.

DISPLAY

BARBARA NESSIM: AN ARTFUL LIFE

15 FEBRUARY – 19 MAY 2013
The first solo show in theUKof work by internationally renowned artist and illustrator, Barbara Nessim. Nessim’s distinctive line and style have graced the cover of nearly every major American magazine, including Time, Rolling Stone, and the New York Times. Her work ranges from provocative drawings and paintings that represent her underlying feminist views, to advertising campaigns for companies includingLevisand Ralph Lauren. She was also one of the first professional illustrators to use the computer as an artistic tool. This display presents around 80 works spanning the incredible breadth of Nessim’s output from the 1960s to the 2000s and includes sketchbooks, prints, drawings, photographs, computer graphics, ceramics, artist’s books and other printed publications.

DISPLAY

MUSIC HALL: SICKERT AND THE THREE GRACES

16 MARCH 2013–5 JANUARY 2014
This immersive installation created by an award-winning creative team of theatre makers, video artists and designers will explore the rise and fall of ‘Music Hall, a lost genre of popular entertainment. A filmed extract from a specially commissioned play by Tanika Gupta, directed by Katie Mitchell will navigate visitors through the display spotlighting theBedfordMusic HallinCamdenTown. Remarkable oil paintings and sketches of theBedfordby Walter Sickert, whose studios were located close to the theatre, will be displayed together for the first time. Also on show will be Victorian song sheets, original programmes, comic caricatures and delicate cartes de visite.
Free. Theatre and Performance Galleries


EXHIBITION

MODERN BRITISH CHILDHOOD 1948-2012

13 OCTOBER 2012–14 APRIL 2013
This exhibition explores the transformation of childhood inBritainduring the 64 years between the London Olympic Games of 1948 and 2012. On display are artworks, clothing, toys, books, childcare items, television programmes, film and photography with objects ranging from a pair of 1950s children’s NHS prescription glasses to the 2005 Teddy mobile phone designed for the under 5s, highlighting the huge changes that have occurred in children’s lives over the decades.
Free

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Victoria and Albert Museum
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