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GSK Contemporary

December 07, 2009

A though-provoking new show at GSK Contemporary behind the Royal Academy showcases artists who take climate change as their inspiration. Mixed in with the message of man's damaging environmental impact are some refreshingly beautiful pieces. It's always a pleasure to be re-aquainted with Anthony Gormley's field of clay figures - supposedly staring us into guilt about our carbon emissions. Also look out for Clare Twomey's fragile hand-made clay flowers - some already shattered by interaction with visitors, and Cornelia Parker's sculpture of hanging charcoal pieces - a little reminiscent of TN29's shop display....

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