Photography in the Galleries

Any photographs or videos taken in the Galleries are for personal use only. Commercial use of any kind is not permitted. You may take photographs or video in the galleries, including flash photography, but not with a tripod, monopod or supplementary video lighting.

Photography and video is not allowed in the Raphael Gallery, The William and Judith Bollinger Jewellery Gallery, special exhibitions or where an object’s label indicates a private loan. Photography is not permitted in the shop for commercial reasons.

Visitors wishing to use a tripod must contact V&A Images for authorisation, in advance of their visit, +44 (0)20 7942 2887 or by email to vanda.images@vam.ac.uk

Any enquiries relating to commercial filming or photography should be made to Rachel Lloyd at r.lloyd@vam.ac.uk

For commercial use of images please contact V&A Images at vaimages@vam.ac.uk

Press enquiries should be made to the Press Office, +44 (0)20 7942 2502 or by email to press.office@vam.ac.uk

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