EXHIBITIONS

A two-part exhibition of Edward Burtynsky’s photographs finds connections through the enormous scale of industry, infrastructure and human impact
A new installation at Kew Gardens gives visitors a hands (or teeth)-on chance to interact with the secret life of bees
The latest Natural History Museum exhibition provides visitors with the ability to ‘experience nature’s diverse beauty in colour and vision’
The prestigious CIWEM photography competition reveals the year’s best images and video aimed at putting environmental issues at the fore
New exhibition by painter-explorer Tony Foster depicts natural beauty around the world, as nominated by distinguished ‘luminaries’

Britain from the air

The outdoor exhibition of some of Britain’s best aerial photography comes to London for the first time
The popular photography event is putting out a final call for entries for this year’s competition
A new exhibition at the RGS–IBG takes you inside the incredible Ernest Shackleton story of endurance against all the odds, which took place exactly 100 years ago

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