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Britain: One Million Years of the Human Story is a major Natural History Museum exhibition on early humankind. Twelve years of research have gone into the exhibition to bring to life prehistoric human existence in Britain.
As well as life-size models of the human species that inhabited Britain (see the short film about making the models), the museum is showing rarely displayed items such as the oldest wooden spear in the world, and the oldest Neanderthal skull found in Britain.
A major retrospective at the Barbican Art Gallery celebrates The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier.
Gaultier has worked in the fashion industry for nearly 40 years and the Barbican exhibition is showing the full range from his witty and theatrical design house, from his classic Breton stripes to Madonna’s conical bra worn on her 1990 ‘Blonde Ambition’ tour.
An exhibition of historic documents from the Royal Archives giving an insight into the lives of British monarchs and their families, is on display at Windsor Castle to mark the centenary of the Archive at Windsor.
Treasures from the Royal Archives is a collection of private papers of British royalty, and records from the Royal Household, many going on display for the first time. The collections includes documents such as household accounts of the future Queen Elizabeth I, a letter from Bonnie Prince Charlie to his father, accounts written to the monarch of battles including from the Zulu Wars in 1879 and the Battle of Jutland in 1916.
Kenneth Clark is best known for his landmark 1969 television series Civilisation on the history of western art, and as director of the National Gallery. He was one of the most influential figures in the British art scene of the 20th century, supporting contemporary artists, both financially and professionally, and coordinating state-funded art projects.
He also collected art and described his collection as his diary of his life, and it is his collection of art that forms the basis of the Tate Britain’s exhibition, Kenneth Clark: Looking for Civilisation.
The world’s most complete woolly mammoth is the star of the Natural History Museum’s summer exhibition, Mammoths: Ice Age Giants.
Lyuba, the baby mammoth, was found by a Siberian reindeer herder and his son in 2007, perfectly preserved in the Russian permafrost for 42,000 years. It is an extremely rare opportunity to see one of Earth’s greatest long extinct creatures in the flesh.
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