The V&A have announced that they will be "significantly extending their space dedicated to photographs." Finally!
The new gallery will chronicle the history of photography from it's invention in 1839 up to the 1960s. It will be refreshed every 18 months with emphasis on different themes each time. You will be able to go view this exciting new space this autumn when it launches with two exhibitions. One of the exhibitions will trace the career of Victorian portraitist Julia Margaret Cameron and the other will show the significant works of street photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson.
Want to know the best part? It's going to be FREE for you to visit the best national collection of the art of photography.