Reblogged: Art in Exile Exhibition.

Review by Research Historian, SarahLouise Newman, of ‘Art in Exile’ at IWM London, running until January 5th 2020. The post was first published on her website.

Research Historian

The Imperial War museumis located inLambeth and is one of the most prominent museums in London. It is free admission and focuses on the wars and battles which have affected the United Kingdom. Currently the IWM is holding a Culture Under Attack season. This focuses on how art is affected in the time of war and how some people exploit and destroy it while others try to defend and protect it. It has talks and musical events alongside exhibitions including Rebel sounds, Art in Exile and What Remains the Art in Exile exhibition focuses mainly on the second world war and how Britain fought to protect its work, while the Nazis burnt and destroyed art abroad due to the propaganda act. This exhibition is situated on the third floor, which is accessible by elevator or stairs. Photography is allowed within the exhibition and they encourage you to post it on…

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