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  • Digital reviews
    The latest digital content from museums and galleries
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.10.2018
  • Catalogue: Emil Nolde: Colour Is Life
    Jennifer McIlreavy on the challenges of bringing the German expressionist painter’s works to life on paper
    Museums Journal
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    01.10.2018
  • On my bookshelf
    Dry Store Room No. 1: The Secret Life of the Natural History Museum, by Richard Fortey
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.10.2018
  • Books: Religion in Museums: Global and Multidisciplinary Perspectives
    This is a fascinating anthology, but would have benefited from exploring the subject in greater depth, says Abigail Morris
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.10.2018
  • St Albans Museum and Gallery, Hertfordshire
    An emphasis on changing exhibitions and local partnerships makes this museum a breath of fresh air, says Danny Birchall
    Museums Journal
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    01.10.2018
  • Michael Jackson: On the Wall, National Portrait Gallery, London
    The king of pop’s impact on art and culture, including issues of race and gender, is addressed in this thought-provoking exhibition, says Tonya Nelson
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.10.2018
  • University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge
    The world-class specimens and exciting displays more than fulfil the venue's aim to encourage a passion for science and discovery, says Emma Shepley
    Museums Journal
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    01.10.2018
  • The Yorkshire Museum, York
    Boasting several star objects, this £2m revamp is bound to attract lots of visitors, but it's the overall level of detail that will impress, says Peter Lewis
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    04.01.2011
  • Opening this month
    From Vivienne Westwood shoes to paintings of Dorset's movers and shakers in the 18th century, Geraldine Kendall selects the pick of January's exhibitions
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    04.01.2011
  • Havering Museum, Romford
    This labour of love has emerged as a well-thought-out snapshot of the history of the London borough – with a healthy dose of nostalgia thrown in, writes Maria Blyzinsky
    Museums Journal
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    04.01.2011
  • Strawberry Hill House, Twickenham
    The £9m restoration of Horace Walpole's stunning 18th-century Gothic castle may have taken its time, but the wait has been worthwhile, says Jonathan Conlin
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    04.01.2011
  • Books: The Social Work of Museums
    Myna Trustram is impressed by the book's broad scope and its impassioned portrayal of the issues, but wonders whether it takes things a little too far
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    04.01.2011
  • Book review
    Re-Presenting Disability: Activism and Agency in the Museum
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.04.2010
  • Opening this month
    Film-star wedding dresses, religious hybrids and rare maps: Geraldine Kendall takes her pick of April's new exhibitions
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2010
  • Chelmsford Museum, Essex
    Jane Weeks finds a buzzing museum that successfully tells the history of Chelmsford, the birthplace of radio
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2010
  • Henry Moore, Tate Britain, London
    Has Tate succeeded in saying anything new about Britain's most famous sculptor? Stephen Feeke finds out
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.04.2010
  • The People's History Museum, Manchester
    Focusing on politics, class, conflict and identity, the People's History Museum has opened at the right time with the right message, says Mark Suggitt
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2010
  • Henry VIII: Dressed To Kill, Tower of London; Henry VIII: Man and Monarch, British Library, London
    Penny Ritchie Calder visits two exhibitions that take a very different look at the life and deeds of Henry VIII
    Museums Journal
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    July 2009
  • Towner, Eastbourne
    Eastbourne's new contemporary art museum has brought a much-needed cultural stimulus to this seaside town, writes Tom Flynn
    Museums Journal
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    July 2009
  • White Lodge Museum, Richmond Park, London
    Classical dance has just got its first museum and it hardly puts a ballet pump out of place, says Sarah Frater
    Museums Journal
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    July 2009