A favourite or precious broken jar or plate at home is usually glued together to preserve it, but for museum conservators, not only is regular glue usually not an option, there is a lot of thought that goes into deciding the why, what and how of filling gaps in artefacts. Find out more.
Four traditional Chinese cheongsams tell the story of a family’s journey across China, India, Yemen and finally to London.
A groundbreaking photographer who documented the lives of black Londoners in North Kensington.
Two photographers who documented Londoners' lives from an outsider's perspective.
Discussing the removal of the Robert Milligan statue in the context of a global movement.
Discover how the Great Fire started, how it got so bad and how it changed London.
Join us for a series of bite-sized videos where we go behind the scenes to explore our huge fashion archive, all the way from A to Z.
Explore Black Londoners' stories in our collection through articles, videos and photography.
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