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Mary Banham

Stories

  • Sixty years on from the Festival of Britain – Mary BanhamSubscription

    28 June, 2011Updated: 1 July, 2011

    Mary Banham was 27 when she attended the Festival of Britain. She visited the South Bank Exhibition in 1951 with her late husband, Peter Reyner Banham, who as an editor on the AR went on to write a number of critical essays on the Festival and the significance it held for post-war British modernism. 25 years later, Mary Banham co-curated the V&A’s exhibition, A Tonic to the Nation