Eleanor Macnair, Media Space Press Officer, looks at the Tony Ray-Jones collection and the exhibition that will launch Media Space at the Science Museum.
Even if you’ve never seen it before, it’s likely that ‘Iago’ will feel instantly familiar. Emily shares one of her favourite photographs from our collection.
New team member Kieron was born in the same year as the museum and—as a Bradford resident—has been lucky enough to grow up with us.
An new archive, including work by Martin Parr, Julian Germain and Anna Fox, has joined our collection.
The world’s earliest surviving negative and Fox Talbot’s mousetrap cameras—priceless artefacts from the birth of photography—are stored here in our archives.
Our landmark exhibition in 2002 celebrated 40 years of the world’s best-known movie phenomenon—the James Bond films.
The cine camera which formed the beginnings of our cinematography collection sits right here in Bradford, the first UNESCO City of Film. Fitting, don’t you think?
Containing millions of photographs from the first half of the 20th century, the Daily Herald Archive is one of the gems of our collection.
This year’s IMD is all about memory, creativity and social change—something which is close to our hearts, and inseparable from our collection.