14 September 2010 - 09 October 2010
The Foundling Museum hosted One Voice: Deloitte Street Child World Cup, an exhibition of artwork created and inspired by street children aiming to raise awareness of the plight of street children whilst bringing the spirit of the Deloitte Street Child World Cup to the UK.
26 May 2010 - 04 July 2010
Flourish is national programme to promote artwork by looked-after children and young people. The works displayed at the Foundling Museum varied in subject matter and medium.
19 March 2010
Tracey Emin was joined by curator Gill Hedley, for an exclusive insight into the Museum’s 2010 exhibition Mat Collishaw, Tracey Emin & Paula Rego: At the Foundling.
27 January 2010 - 09 May 2010
Bringing together three internationally acclaimed artists for the first time, Mat Collishaw, Tracey Emin & Paula Rego: At the Foundling, was an exhibition that explored subject matter at the heart of the Foundling story; exploitation, loss, grief, sex, love, parenthood and childhood.
30 July 2009 - 27 September 2009
This exhibition featured works by children’s book illustrators representing children with reduced mobility, restricted communication or learning difficulties. In the Picture is part of pioneering campaign set up by national disability charity Scope to address the issue of disabled children being invisible in children’s literature.
10 July 2009 - 03 January 2010
The Foundling is a multi-discipline, video and sound installation by the artist Terry Smith, which opened at the Foundling Museum on Wednesday 7 October 2009.
07 July 2009 - 19 July 2009
Following two years of this fantastic project coming to the Foundling Museum, Flourish returned to showcase artworks by looked-after children and young people. This initiative provides looked-after artists with a chance to show their work and the public a colourful exhibition containing artworks of a variety of media.
08 October 2008 - 31 December 2008
John Kindness: An English Interior was an installation exploring the English eighteenth century domestic interior. The wall papered installation took its immediate appearance from this tradition; however his wallpaper unravelled like the pages of a marvellous book that invites us into a series of re-tellings of stories by two masters of graphic art.
19 June 2008 - 14 September 2008
An exhibition of colourful works by Italian artist Giuseppe Fioroni, this show was a celebration of childhood fantasy inspired by the medieval age and modern Masters.
10 April 2008 - 14 June 2008
A collaboration between artist Caroline Isgar and writer Michele Roberts inspired by the tokens at the Museum, exploring the abandonment, loss and grief felt by an adult daughter as her mother goes through the process of dying. The resulting artists' book includes a sequence of rewritten nursery rhymes, and a woodcut block inspired by the tables from the refectory of the Foundling Hospital. The book was exhibited with the wood block, the original artwork and the text.