Take a journey from the First World War to the present day, exploring how peace movements have influenced perceptions of war and conflict in this major exhibition.
This thought-provoking exhibition brings together several series of work by artist-photographer Edmund Clark to explore the hidden experiences of state control during the 'Global War on Terror'.
Shown for the first time in the UK, Mahwish Chishty’s work combines silhouettes of military drones with decorative Pakistani folk art patterns, highlighting the oppressive presence of foreign drones over Pakistan.
This exhibition examines the British arrival in Helmand province, Afghanistan, in 2006 and the decisions that shaped the way the conflict escalated, exploring the impact this period had on those who were there and the lessons learnt from this deployme
Discover a variety of imaginative responses to conflict, from surreal depictions of aircraft as creatures, to abstract views of bombing raids and detailed drawings of life in submarines.
Discover the story of the First World War through the lives of those who experienced it both on the front line and at home. Free admission.
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IWM was established while the First World War was still being fought and will mark its centenary in 2017.