From 10th March to 21st April, Icelandic artist Kristjana S Williams will once again be exhibiting her extraordinary and immersive map-based artwork at London’s oldest map specialist, The Map House.
This International Women’s Day, it seems only right that we are celebrate women in cartography, highlight their achievements and put them on the map. Here are a selection from The […]
This feature on our blog is dedicated to an extraordinary collection of sea charts from the Amsterdam edition of the “Neptune Francois,” the “Cartes Marines a l’Usage des Armees du […]
Aaron Arrowsmith is often cited as the greatest English map maker of the 18th Century, with his monumental wall maps of all parts of the world reaching a geographical apogee […]
A collaborative curated and evolving exhibition by The Map House will be on show at 5 Carlos Place from Monday 4th November 2019 onwards. Please check here to find up […]
In partnership with TAG Fine Arts, The Map House is delighted to announce that we will be exhibiting artist and cartographer, Adam Dant in our galleries to celebrate the release […]
In April we welcomed Al Jazeera to The Map House to film part of a documentary in their award-winning Earthrise series and with Greenpeace. Presenter Nick Clark and cameraman Ben […]
We opened our galleries to the film crew of Juniper Television for S4C / BBC Wales where they shot an episode for the T. V. documentary series “How Empires Fall”. […]
This month’s “Map of the Month” feature discusses the role of speculation and map-making in the Mississippi Bubble of 1720.
One of the privileges of working in The Map House with such a large collection of antique maps is the ability to compare different printings of the same map and […]