LondonistLast Chance To See: Bridge At Museum Of London Docklands
Do not miss the excellent Bridge exhibition at Museum of London Docklands — there's little under a month to go before it closes for good.
Bridge is a multimedia celebration of the river crossings that link London north and south. Visitors can enjoy photographs, video, audio installation, artworks, data visualisations and stunning panoramas that depict the bridges of the Thames, past and present.
And if you think “bridges? Pah! I’m not interested in bridges” then take a look through the gallery above — we defy you to not feel a twinkle of intrigue when looking at these spectacular hybrid images, specially released by Museum of London Docklands. They have all been created using source photographs on display, of which many more can be seen at the exhibition.
The museum and exhibition are both free to visit. If you can’t make it during the day then catch it at the special late opening on Thursday 23 October instead, complete with late night bars and music for the after-work crowd.
Bridge runs at Museum of London Docklands until 2 November 2014. Entrance is free.
Londonist is proud media partner to Bridge, #BridgeArt.