Getty Images Gallery in London W1 is hosting a cycling exhibition, Tour de Monde, to commemorate London’s staging of the Tour de France last weekend. Curated by Lewis Blackwell, the event draws on the visual links between the Tour de France and cycling life across the world: from a boy standing on his bike in Basra in Iraq, to a cycle polo match from the 1930s. The exhibition runs until 27 July and is open from 10am-6.30pm during the week and from 12-6pm on a Saturday.
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