One Hundred Objects

One Hundred Objects

The British Museum tells a fascinating story of the world's history through the objects we've created.

Lisa Baldini
  • 26 october 2010

When the British Museum introduced it’s The History of the World in One Hundred Objects exhibition; they were not “reinventing” the wheel, for a museum is ultimately about narrating the history of ideas through objects. What they were good at doing was limiting it; this requires some very thoughtful and considerate curation.

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