Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains

Victoria and Albert Museum
Until October 01
“Their Mortal Remains” the first major international retrospective of band Pink Floyd will take place at the V&A Museum, marking fifty years since the release of the iconic band’s first single, “Arnold Lane”.
© Pink Floyd Music Ltd photo by Storm Thorgerson/Aubrey 'Po' Powell 1971 Belsize Park
The immersive, multi-sensory and theatrical exhibition of one of the world’s most influential and pioneering bands will chronical the group’s groundbreaking music, referencing memorabilia, amazing album covers, artworks and artefacts.

Never-before-seen-material will be featured alongside spectacular set construction pieces and works from the V&A’s stunning collections of art, design, architecture and performance.

Highlights will include spectacular set and construction pieces from some of Pink Floyd’s most innovative and legendary album covers such as The Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall and The Division Bell.

The exhibition will also mark the first collaboration in decades of Pink Floyd’s remaining members.

Details

Venue:
Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL
Transport:
South Kensington
Opening hours:
Daily: 10am-5:45pm; Fridays: 10am-10pm
Entry fee:
Adult: £26.00, OAP's, Students & 12 - 17 Year Old's: £20.00, family tickets available
Dates:
May 13 - October 01



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