Discover the incredible story behind one of the last century's most important female war photographers with Lee Miller: A Woman's War at the Imperial War Museum.
The exhibition looks at the impact that the Second World War had on women's lives, using the remarkable images taken by Miller throughout the conflict in her perilous role as photographer.
The major exhibition is the first to examine the contrasting ways in which Lee viewed gender, using many of her personal items to tell the compelling story of her career and the important part she played in the war.
Highlights include objects, art, personal ephemera and photographs that have not previously been on display to the public. The exhibition also ties in with a fascinating book (of the same title) about the photographer, published by Thames & Hudson.
Venue Details & Map
Lambeth RoadLondonSE1 6HZ
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- Tube: Lambeth North, Elephant & Castle, Waterloo Train: Waterloo, Elephant & Castle