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23 May 2011
The Wellcome Library has acquired a magnificent portrait drawing of the French surgeon Ange-Bernard Imbert-Delonnes (1747–1818) by Pierre Chasselat – a portrait with a distinctive feature.
14 Mar 2011
Wellcome Collection opens late on Friday 8 April for Elements, a spectacular night of chemical romance, intrigue and performance.
01 Mar 2011
Obsessively avoided and often misunderstood, dirt - and our complex relationship with it - is the subject of a new season from Wellcome Trust.
17 Dec 2010
Bringing together artefacts spanning art, photography, cultural ephemera, scientific artefacts, film and literature, 'Dirt' uncovers a rich history of disgust and delight in the dirty secrets of our past and points to the uncertain future of filth.
14 Dec 2010
Haunting sounds, uncanny echoes and the acoustic inscriptions of bodies will be encountered with the presentation of Sound Seam, a new film by artist Aura Satz.
19 Nov 2010
Wellcome Collection opens its doors late on 26 November for ‘Hands’ - an evening dedicated to the anatomical and cultural wonders that we carry in our pockets.
01 Nov 2010
Wellcome Collection's major winter exhibition 'High Society' explores the role of mind-altering drugs in history and culture, challenging the perception that drugs are a disease of modern life.
Artist Serena Korda is asking the public to donate dust, collected from their houses, workplaces or other locations, to form an artwork that will be displayed as part of our spring 2011 exhibition, ‘Dirt: The filthy reality of everyday life’.
16 Sep 2010
We are calling on the public to loan or donate objects and become co-curatos of our new temporary exhibition, 'Things'.
20 Aug 2010
Celebrating 150 years of the Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery at King's College London, Wellcome Collection opens its doors for a late night extravaganza showcasing the complexity of nursing and midwifery care in the 21st century.
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