In London, the museum opens an underground gallery
Today, June 30, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London will open an underground exhibition space – the Sainsbury Gallery, located at a depth of 18 meters.
According to Reuters, in addition to the underground gallery with an area of 1100 square meters, on the last day of June, other objects of the so-called Exhibition Road Quarter – the largest construction project of the Victoria and Albert Museum for a hundred years will open. This is the Blavatnik Hall, through which the new entrance to the museum is arranged, and the Sackler Courtyard, whose courtyard is lined with 11 thousand pieces of ceramic tiles, forming 15 different drawings. There will also be temporary exhibitions and a café.