The journey to Cape Farewell

Arends, Bergit
November 2006
Interpretation Journal;Autumn2006, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p12
The article features the art exhibit "The Ship: The Art of Climate Change" held at the Natural History Museum in London, England from June to September 2006. Its theme was inspired by the high Arctic profile that depicts the impact of human-induced activities on global warming. Artist Alex Hartley's postcards' depicted the exploitation of the landscape and photojournalist Gautier Deblonde captured the images of the environment which can be expected from North Pole.


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