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Whitechapel Gallery - Mark Dion: Theatre of the Natural WorldExhibition Dates: 14 February – 13 May 2018
Explorer, collector, activist and conjuror of theatrical environments American artist Mark Dion (b.1961) has travelled through rainforests and rubbish dumps to reveal the wonder and fragility of life on earth. Dion uses specimens, natural and manmade, to make uncanny representations of these environments. His drawings, sculptures and installations draw on the techniques of scientific enquiry and museum display; and on the telling of natural histories. We embark on a journey through a sequence of installations created between 2000 and the present. A scholar’s study invites us to unravel intricate drawings and models; while The Bureau of the Centre for the Study of Surrealism and its Legacy displays the strange magic of obsolete things. The muddy banks of the Thames have also yielded their treasures for poetic display in a gigantic cabinet; while a Dickensian Curiosity Shop tempts us with the bizarre aura of American bric-a-brac. Each immersive environment is also a habitat, evoking the characters that observe, conserve or exploit the natural world.
Customers will be admitted to the exhibition in the next available time slot. Please note that there may be a short wait upon arrival.
14 February – 13 May 2018
Tuesday - Sunday 11.00-18.00
Opening Times may vary. Please check website for details.
Phone number: 020 7522 7888
World Rugby Museum
Price is subject to change:
Until 31st April 2018: £20
1st May – 31st October 2018: £12.50
The World Rugby Museum tells the story of rugby from around the world, following the game’s history from its origins to the present day. The new cutting edge museum (February 2018) is bigger, better and more interactive than ever before. Explore a glittering array of trophies including the Calcutta Cup made from 270 silver rupees; re-live some of rugby’s most memorable moments with film and video footage and see the oldest international rugby jersey.
The museum's interactive galleries will encourage participation at all levels of the game and give younger visitors the opportunity to:
•Take up the challenge of discovering “What Kind of Rugby Player Are You?” in the Play Rugby Zone
•Commentate on a classic match in the Commentary Booth including the moment England won the RWC 2003.
•'Choose your own World XV' interactive
•Sing-along to rousing rugby union national anthems.
The World Rugby Museum is the definitive home for everything and anything about rugby.
Tuesday - Saturday 10.00-17.00
Last admission 16.00
Closed Monday except Bank holiday
Closed 24 - 26 December and 1 January.
Opening times may vary. Please check website for details.
Phone number: 020 8892 8877