Berlin Exhibition: Broken Music Vol. 2 – 70 Years of Records and Sound Works by artists
The exhibition Broken Music Vol. 2 by the Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museum of Berlin, commemorates more than 70 years of records and sound works by artists, looking at how they engaged with vinyl records over decades.
Barbican Music Library exhibition celebrates seven decades of Status Quo
Barbican Music Library's exhibition 'Celebrating Seven Decades of Quo' tells the story of the legendary British rock band through music and memorabilia.
New retrospective ‘Photographing the Invisible’ by Jill Furmanovsky opens in Manchester, UK.
New restrospective from immense music photography archive
Curators Corner : Somerset House’s head curator explains why private collectors are hugely important when talking about pop culture
Curators Corner : Using archives by Somerset House's head curator Claire Catterhall for Ghosts exhibition.
Bob Dylan. Retrospectum : Dylan’s visual artworks exhibited in Rome
Bob Dylan's visual artworks exhibited for the first time at MAXXI in Rome: +100 paintings, drawings, sculpures and video material.
Exploring the Australian Music Vault: Aussie music industry’s treasure trove
Celebrating Australian contemporary music story – past, present and future – the Australian Music Vault at the Arts Centre Melbourne is a place to discover exciting new stories from today’s Australian music scene.
Fresh, Fly and Fabulous: Fifty Years of Hip Hop Style celebrated at NY’s MFIT with a dedicated exhibition
Opening in New York on February 8th 2023 at The Museum at FIT (MFIT) Fresh, Fly, and Fabulous: Fifty Years of Hip Hop Style is the largest and most comprehensive exhibition to explore hip hop’s revolutionary and influential fashion style. Celebrating the 50th anniversary of hip-hop, the exhibition examines its relationship to fashion through over 100 garments and accessories capturing pivotal moments in hip hop fashion’s evolution.
Beastie Boys’ Archive becomes an exhibit in LA
Staging rare memorabilia from the Mike D and Ad-Rock archives, the most comprehensive survey of the iconic New York trio Beastie Boys has just opened at L.A.’s street art gallery BEYOND THE STREETS
Turn It Up: The power of music opens at Manchester’s SIM
MAG_BTM discusses Manchester's Sience and Industry Museum’s latest exhibtion Turn It Up: The power of music with SIM Curator of Exhibitions, Dr Steven Leech
Curator’s Corner : Linda Lloyd Jones
Curator's Corner : Linda Lloyd Jones talks about her experience of putting block buster music exhibitions at London's V&A and the role of technology in the future
Manchester’s British Pop Archive : A Serious Look at Pop Culture
Launched in April 2022, Manchester’s British Pop Archive aims to build the first national archive fully dedicated to British pop culture and to encourage people to understand its rich cultural value. [magbtm] interviewed BPA’s curator Mat Bancroft.
K Pop Culture explored at London’s V&A
An exhibition dedicated to the global phenomenon of the Korean Wave (aka Hallyu) which has challenged the currents of pop culture worldwide today.
Celebrating 2 Tone. Summer reading and viewing from Coventry, UK
From exhibitions to TV documentaries and a great new book about Coventry fanzines, we’re bringing you a step closer to the Midlands by way of Jamaica music movement.
Can you picture this? Step inside the world of Prince
Prince: The Immersive Experience has landed, with interactive experiences, unseen memorabilia and more on show in downtown Chicago
Grime Stories at the Museum of London
The Museum of London presents Grime Stories: from the corner to the mainstream, a new display honouring the music, people and places central to the grime scene and its roots in east London.
Occupy White Walls: the curatorial game that is reshaping virtual exhibitions
Developed by the UK-based tech startup Stickypixels, OWW is an AI powered platform that allows players to curate exhibitions in a free, fun and interactive way.
Woody Guthrie exhibition goes virtual
Made up of an extraordinary selection of archival material, 'People are the Song' tells the story of this great American writer & troubadour
Direct from Graceland: Inside Australia’s new Elvis Exhibition
Curator Lauren Ellis on gaining exclusive access to Graceland’s archives
How a Sussex museum were able to celebrate the legacy of Dame Vera Lynn
An exhibition brings together previously unseen ephemera and works from the force’s sweetheart near her home in East Sussex. Director of Ditchling Museum, Steph Fuller, walks us through the show.
Bringing electronic music history to life
Music, Makers & Machines: an online exhibition
Contact High: A Visual History of Hip-Hop exhibited in Seattle’s MoPOP
A single image can define a moment, creating an instant icon.