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Wellcome Collection's foyer and café will be home to small miracles of nature with a newly commissioned intervention of artworks, sculptures
The first residents of the Hub at Wellcome Collection will investigate the busyness of modern life.
Wayne McGregor is well known for his physically testing choreography and ground-breaking collaborations.
Wellcome Collection is getting off on the wrong foot with an all building spectacular celebrating human failures, fallacies and faults.
Cumberland Market will be turned into a glorious garden party for this year's Wellcome Collection midsummer picnic.
Ten previously hidden objects, weird, wonderful and beautiful by turn, go on display in First Time Out (6 June - 31 July).
The papers of the pioneers of modern genetics have been collected together for the first time and made freely available.
'Souzou: Outsider Art from Japan', brings together more than 300 works for the first major display of Japanese Outsider Art in the UK.
Join a prominent group of thought leaders on Friday 7- Saturday 8 December at Wellcome Collection to probe the meanings of pain.
'Death: A self-portrait' showcases some 300 works from a unique collection devoted to the iconography of death.
Wellcome Collection today unveiled a major £ 17.5m development project, creating new galleries and spaces to meet overwhelming demand.
'Superhuman', explores the extraordinary ways people have sought to improve, adapt and enhance their body's performance.
Wellcome Collection's major new exhibition looks at one of the most complex entities in the universe.
Miracles & Charms, Wellcome Collection's autumn exhibition programme, explores the extraordinary in the everyday with two shows.
Wellcome Collection's major new exhibition takes a closer look at something which surrounds us, but we are often reluctant to confront.
During the 19th century, museums of anatomical models became popular attractions for Europeans seeking an unusual afternoon's entertainment.
London's latest cultural venue, Wellcome Collection, today announces that it has attracted over 300 000 visits since launching.
Wellcome Collection was opened today by Nobel Prize winner Professor James Watson,co-discoverer of the structure of DNA ...
The Heart is the first major temporary exhibition in the new £30m Wellcome Collection.