How do Gallery exhibitions and displays reflect the diversity of Britain and the wider world?
In recent years we have mounted a series of major special loan exhibitions, including:
- The Raj: India and the British 1600-1947
- David Livingstone and the Victorian Encounter with Africa
- Ignatius Sancho: An African Man of Letters
- You Look Beautiful Like That: The Portrait Photographs of Seydou Keïta and Malick Sidibé
- Off the Beaten Track: Three Centuries of Women Travellers
- The World's Most Photographed
- ‘Conquering England’: Ireland in Victorian London.
- Between Worlds: Voyagers to Britain 1700-1850
In recent years we have mounted numerous displays, including:
- Indian Princes
- Discovering New Worlds: William Parry's Portrait of Omai, Joseph Banks and Dr Daniel Solander
- Before Windrush: Images of Black and Asian Figures, 1890s-1930s
- In Dahomey, Photographs by Horace Ové
- Anna May Wong: The London Portraits
- Cameroon - London: Portrait Photographs by Joseph Chila and Samuel Finlak
- Chasing Mirrors.