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Private view of the 2011 exhibition The Cult of Beauty: The Aesthetic Movement 1860 – 1900

Private view of the 2011 exhibition The Cult of Beauty: The Aesthetic Movement 1860 – 1900.

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V&A Contemporary: Interplay

V&A Contemporary: Interplay

What constitutes good interactive design and what qualities lie behind the work of the most original designers in this rapidly evolving field? Lauren …

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Discover South Kensington brings together the Victoria and Albert Museum and the other leading cultural and educational organisations to promote innovation and learning. South Kensington is the home of science, arts and inspiration. Discovery is at the core of what happens here and there is so much to explore every day.

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Event - Red House - Tour 2

Tue 08 March 2016 14:00–15:30

Red House is an ongoing conservation project. The house team will talk you through the work they are doing to uncover the collaborative decorative schemes created by the Pre-Raphaelite circle in the house that Philip Webb designed for his best friend William Morris “to be jolly in”.

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