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Annual photography competition at the Natural History Museum celebrates the enigmatic faces of the animal kingdom, as demonstrated by Marcel van Oosten’s golden snub-nosed monkeys
We all have to live with buildings, but getting the relationship right can be complicated. A new exhibition at the Wellcome Collection examines the past, present and future of creating healthy buildings
Four new galleries at Royal Museums Greenwich explore Britain’s maritime heritage, and its complicated legacy both at home and overseas

Earth Photo 2018

The Society’s Earth Photo exhibition captures the planet’s natural riches in all their diversity
It’s hard to imagine life without the visual world upfront and centre. But, as the new exhibition at the Natural History Museum, London shows, there is a wide variety of fauna that are entirely comfortable operating in the darkness
New exhibition at London’s Saatchi Gallery by photojournalist Lizzie Sadin, winner of the 2018 Carmignac Photojournalism Award, focuses on the trafficking of women and girls within and out of Nepal
An up-market Chinese-art gallery in Mayfair is trying something new, with an exhibition of bizarre, naturally-formed rock art 
A colourful vision of saddle-billed storks collects the top prize at the annual David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation awards, now in it’s 11th year

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