Gitta Gschwendtner at Wellcome Collection 1

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Here is the first of two permanent exhibition spaces designed by Gitta Gschwendtner at the newly opened Wellcome Collection centre for medical science and art in London.

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Medicine Now, shown here, follows the the story of medicine from 1936 - the year Henry Wellcome, founder of medical research charity the Wellcome Trust, died - to now.

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Exhibition graphics are by Kerr|Noble.

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Below is a brief press release from the Wellcome Collection:

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Medicine Man & Medicine Now

Wellcome Collection

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On the 22nd of June Wellcome Collection, a brand new public space and major exhibition venue has opened in central London.

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Wellcome Collections provides a new and powerful approach to engaging the public with medical science and art, offering two permanent exhibitions, one temporary exhibition space, a library, bookshop and café.

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The two new permanent exhibition spaces, Medicine Man and Medicine Now, have been design by Gitta Gschwendtner with exhibition graphics
by Kerr|Noble.

  • Mattia Nuzzo

    Looks amazing. The second set really seals it.