The Science Museum Group will go ahead with plans to move the Royal Photographic Society collection from the National Media Museum to the V&A, but says £7.5 million of investment and the transfer of a number of ‘significant objects’ to the Bradford-based museum over the next five years will help refocus it as the ‘city’s leading cultural attraction’.
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The Science Museum Group says it is to review recent feedback over plans to move a significant photography collection from the National Media Museum, Bradford, to the V&A in London, as the campaign site 38 Degrees puts out a further call for signatures to its petition to block the transfer.
Decision to move world famous collection from northern city to London receives widespread criticism, with online petition already gaining 11,000 signatures.
An Additive Mix is by far the most ambitious installation I have ever made, incorporating a purpose build 10m x 5m room with infinity mirrors and 250 6ft fluorescent lamps currently at the National Media Museum, Bradford. The new […]
Light Fantastic season celebrates the UNESCO International Year of Light. Liz West’s new light installation will take centre stage in a season of free events at the National Media Museum, celebrating the UNESCO International Year of Light. Manchester-based artist Liz […]
Venue:National Media Museum
From:September 13, 2008
To:January 25, 2009