Grand Theft Auto appears at the Victoria and Albert Museum
A brand new exhibition celebrating British design over the last 60 years has opened at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
In particular the exhibition highlights the achievements the UK has made in art and design since the end of the Second World War.
What is notable about this exhibition is that it features the Grand Theft Auto series as and example of British design at its best following the evolution of the series and of the virtual cities that it has created.
The collection, entitled British Design 1948 - 2012: Innovation in the Modern Age, opened on the 31st of March and will run until August the 12th.
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