TWO SHOWS BRING NEW INSIGHT AND ACCESS TO TOWER
Two of the Tower of London's hitherto off-limits towers (Bowyer and Flint) are being opened up to the public in July with new exhibitions by Real Studios. One is a permanent exhibition looking at the Duke of Wellington's tenure as Constable of the Tower, and the other is a four year photographic exhibition looking at the Tower's role during World War I.
Won at competitive pitch, both exhibitions are design and build, and will be completed on a tight five month time scale. In addition, an installation piece by artist Paul Cummins and theatre designer Tom Piper, comprising over 800,000 ceramic poppies, will be on display from August 5th 2014.
Photograph by kind permission of the Artists Rifles Association