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  • Let there be light
    Laura Drysdale says the Horniman's new exhibition is too dimly lit to do justice to its fabulous textile collection
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    June 2005
  • Small change
    The Science Museum's celebration of nanotechnology glosses over potential ethical problems, says Rachel Souhami
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    June 2005
  • City of culture
    The new World Museum Liverpool is
    a fitting symbol of the city's past prominence and its present
    regeneration, writes Jane Morris
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    June 2005
  • Plane Spotting
    The Museum of Flight has done Concorde proud with an exhibition that chronicles its strengths and its shortcomings, but it may be one for the enthusiasts, says Peter Lewis
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    June 2005
  • Out of the darkness
    The Deep's new exhibition exploring the depths of the ocean is an intriguing and well-thought-out space, says Sharon Heal
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    June 2005
  • Book review: Marketing heritage: archaeology and the consumption of the past
    Timothy Mason on an academic response to the commercialisation of archaeology
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    June 2005
  • Unsitdownable
    What is the best design for an exhibition? Anthony Burton visits two chair shows and finds two very different answers
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    May 2005
  • Lo-tech, but high minded
    York's revamp leaves Ann Bukantas impressed by both form and content
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    May 2005
  • The Quirks of the Trade
    Stuff the animals, says Jane Morris: it's the attention to detail that makes Rotherham's other place a winner
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    May 2005
  • Connection failures
    Bristol's refurbished multimedia science centre is high on fun, low on science. Not a happy equation, thinks Rachel Souhami
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    May 2005