It is the largest museum of decorative and applied arts in the world. It is also one of the most challenging. The collections are stunning and of unique importance – but they span such a range of interests and cultures that it can take several visits even to begin to grasp what is there.
One of the biggest passions I got from my dad when I was a little girl was the passion towards airplanes, especially military airplanes.
2 million exhibits under one roof and ancient stories from all over the world. This is how I start todays post dedicated to British Museum.
London is a city known for its many villages and neighborhoods, each one of them unique in its own way. In the 60’s the epicenter of London was Carnaby, a neighborhood that became known for creating brands in the fields od fashion, design, music, at that time mainstream culture that turned into an art identity of many famous chains that began their story in these exact small streets.
This year was open the new wing of the Tate Modern museum. About it many have written from the ones who praise modern art to passerby.
Today I will write about how this museum was created.