Art of Climate Change at Natural History Museum London
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Art of Climate Change at Natural History Museum London
Peter Clegg and Antony Gormley, Three Made Places, 2005.

LONDON, ENGLAND.- The Natural History Museum in London presents the exhibit The Ship: The Art of Climate Change, which is the latest addition to the Museum's dynamic art and science programme. Through specially commissioned photography, film, sound, sculpture, painting and printmaking, explore one of the most pressing issues of our time as seen through the eyes of renowned artists.

Exhibiting artists: Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey, Kathy Barber, David Buckland, Peter Clegg, Siobhan Davies, Gautier Deblonde, Max Eastley, Nick Edwards, Gretel Ehrlich, Antony Gormley, Alex Hartley, David Hinton, Gary Hume, Ian McEwan, Michèle Noach.

The exhibition is a collaboration between the Museum and Cape Farewell. Each of the exhibiting artists travelled to the wild and beautiful high Arctic as part of the Cape Farewell project. Created by David Buckland, Cape Farewell brings artists, scientists and educators together to address and raise awareness about climate change. There have been three expeditions, after which the crews have communicated their experiences through their chosen disciplines, to inspire us all to change the way we think and live and to safeguard our future.

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