V&A unveils £31 million British Galleries update
The Victoria and Albert Museum has unveiled the first designs for the £31 million recreation of its British Galleries, to form the subject of a £23 million bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund in May. The galleries, which represent 10 per cent of the space at the museum and are as large as many museums, will, said curator Christopher Wilk, 'still be chronological'. A number of themes will run through the exhibitions and there will be more interpretation. 'At the moment, ' said ...
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