LETTERS TO THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER
BOOK OUT NOW
Neil Bartlett and Kate Pullinger have personally selected over 130 letters from the 21,439 letters received to be published in a book that will give a flavour of the wonderful letters the soldier received – find out more here. All the letters are available to read online here.
Chloe Dewe Mathews talks about her 14-18 NOW project
Chloe Dewe Mathews will be talking about her project Shot at Dawn at Photographing History: Conflict, Time, Photography artists in conversation with Simon Baker on 16 February 2015, Tate Modern, where the project will also be exhibited as part of Conflict, Time Photography.
14-18 NOW HELP EXTEND LIFE OF POPPIES ARTWORK
More than four million people have seen Weeping Window, with striking poppies pouring from a window, and Wave, which cascades over a causeway at the Tower of London. These two key pieces of the installation in London will be presented in sites around the UK from 2015 before arriving at Imperial War Museums in 2018 as one of the 14-18 NOW legacy projects. Read more…
©Richard Lea-Hair and Historic Royal Palaces.
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