3 must see exhibitions in LDN this week

Fancy some culture? I picked up 3 exhibitions you shouldn’t miss this week in London.

1- Lee Miller: A Woman’s War
The importance of women during the WWII is undoubtable and the work of Lee Miller is showing it once more. These photographies has been found by her son, Anthony Penrose, in the attic, plenty of negatives that are shown there (150 exactly). Miller was a brilliant photojournalist and her work deserves definitely to be seen.
Imperial War Museum
Lambeth Road
London, SE1 6HZ
Ticket: £10 (till April, 24)

2- Shoes: Pleasure and Pain
Do you want to know everything about shoes? If you’re insanely addicted to shoes, this exhibition is for you. Every fantasies are explored with more than 200 pairs of shoes. From ancient Egypt to 3D designs, shoes worn by Marilyn Monroe, Queen Victoria or SJP, you shouldn’t be disappointed.
Cromwell Road
London, SW7 2RL
Ticket: £12 (till January, 31)

3- Never Mind The Sex Pistols
From his work for music magazines Rock&Folk and Rock News, Pierre Benain has been a witness of the creation of the Sex Pistols. If you’re interesting in the punk scene, this exhibition if for you.
Snap Galleries
12 Picadilly Arcade
London, SW1Y 6NH
Ticket: free (till March, 5)


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