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British Museum May 25
Replying to @riokoozora
Hi there, you can find exhibition dates, opening times and book tickets here:
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British Museum May 25
Replying to @HelsonMunk
Hi there, a limited number of tickets are available from the Tickets Desk each day, but these are likely to sell out quickly so we recommend booking online to avoid disappointment. You can book and check time slots here:
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British Museum May 25
This vibrant print depicts rush hour on the in the 1930s 🚇🎩 It was made by British artist Cyril Power, who died in 1951
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British Museum May 24
Replying to @Meerkatsu
Hi Seymour, thanks for your question. The Manga exhibition is suitable for children, and has a family interpretation guidebook available inside.
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British Museum May 24
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See these beautiful objects and discover more about the history of food in our free exhibition exploring the challenges of feeding the world. Closes 27 May – find out more:
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British Museum May 24
🍷 Wine has been consumed around the world for thousands of years. These objects are from different places and time periods, but both are decorated with grapevines. The silver vessel was made in Iran between AD 500–700, and the porcelain vase is from 14th-century China.
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British Museum May 23
Experience the power of manga in our ground-breaking show! Find out more and book tickets for : Supported by Logistics Partner
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British Museum May 23
Explore unprecedented loans from Japan including original drawings, objects and footage from world-famous titles like Pokémon, Dragon Ball, Astro Boy and many more. There are around 50 artists, 70 titles and 160 objects on display in !
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British Museum May 23
dives deep into the genres, styles, publishers and artists that have made manga a global phenomenon – from contemporary series like ‘Golden Kamuy’ to Hokusai’s role in the development of the artform.
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British Museum May 23
Our major is now open! Immersive and captivating, manga has the power to thrill, shock, amaze and inspire. Enter the world of manga in the largest exhibition of its kind ever to take place outside of Japan
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British Museum May 23
Replying to @roving_designer
Hi there, thanks for your question. The print is not currently on display, but you can request to see it in the study room of our department of Prints and Drawings by sending a completed application form ( ) to Prints@britishmuseum.org
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British Museum May 23
Hi Irina, apologies for the inconvenience. Our phone lines are busier than usual at the moment – we suggest trying again later. We have passed your feedback on to the relevant teams.
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British Museum May 23
Experience the power of manga in our ground-breaking show! Find out more and book tickets for : Supported by Logistics Partner
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British Museum May 23
Explore unprecedented loans from Japan including original drawings, objects and footage from world-famous titles like Pokémon, Dragon Ball, Astro Boy and many more. There are around 50 artists, 70 titles and 160 objects on display in !
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British Museum May 23
dives deep into the genres, styles, publishers and artists that have made manga a global phenomenon – from contemporary series like ‘Golden Kamuy’ to Hokusai’s role in the development of the artform.
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British Museum May 23
Our major is now open! Immersive and captivating, manga has the power to thrill, shock, amaze and inspire. Enter the world of manga in the largest exhibition of its kind ever to take place outside of Japan
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British Museum May 22
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Hi there, thanks for your question. The letters stand for Edward Rex. King Edward VII laid the foundation stone of this building – the King Edward VII galleries. You can find more info here:
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British Museum May 22
Impressionist artist Mary Cassatt was born in 1844. She is known for her light, vivid colours and loose brushstrokes, and her intimate depictions of women. This sensitive print was made in 1891 – it’s titled ‘The bonnet’ 👒
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EveningStandard Arts May 22
Get to know the manga artists from the new exhibition
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