Spoiled Worlds

Spoiled Worlds

Image credit: © Chris Lowry 2013, ecotone.ca/
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    LONDON: Merlyn Driver on Sebastião Salgado and corporate sponsorship.  
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    LONDON: Comedian and naturalist in filmed protest for campaign group Global Witness.
  • Tate BP 880
    LONDON: Chronological rehang opens to the public, alongside permanent galleries dedicated to Henry Moore and William Blake.
  • HOUSE 1180
    BRIGHTON: Tom Jeffreys reviews the sixth annual HOUSE arts festival.
  • Science Gallery 1880
    Our pick of the best events taking place across the world in the month ahead.
  • Bedside cover 2
    From seminal sci-fi to the latest stories of climate change: what we're reading this month.
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    Artist Steven Morgana on the indistinct relationship between progress and decay.
  • Rosalind cover
    Tom Jeffreys talks to contemporary artist Rosalind Davis about social housing, the 2011 riots and painting London's architecture.
  • Singularity cover
    At some point in the future, advancements in technology will change civilisation to such an extent that humanity as we know it will cease to exist.
  • The Heist [2]_Tessa Farmer HP
    LONDON: The big question when bringing art outside the gallery is what to do with the signposts. Tom Jeffreys reads the signs at two very different patches of London greenery.
  • 1_Kelly Richardson_Leviathan_NGCA_hr_Photo by Colin Davison
    Tom Jeffreys reviews a trio of exhibitions by Kelly Richardson, on show simultaneously in the North East of England.

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