The Isokon Building: A Puzzle

During the Second World War, Max Mallowan was posted overseas and Agatha Christie lived alone in Hampstead. She lived in a complex now named 'The Isokon building', amongst intellectuals and even Soviet spies. Image: Isokon building © Isokon Gallery

About The Isokon

The Isokon Gallery is open every Saturday and Sunday 11.00 am to 4.00 pm until 13 December 2020, and then reopens for the 2021 season 6th March 2021, when it’s annual feature exhibition will be on Agatha Christie. More info on www.isokongallery.org

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