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This is an article by Michael Welton, mainly about a gallery show in Ottowa,  Anthropocene.  But it also looks at earlier work by Burtynsky, et al.  I just came across this trailer for the recently released film, Anthropocene: The Human Epoch.  

I’ve been living on the historic (it goes back a few hundred years) Bristol Harbourside for more than a year.  Recently it was announced in the ‘papers that this is one of the best places to live in the UK, which would make it pretty good worldwide, in my book, especially in the summer of …

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A visit to a terrific, free and very popular exhibition – closing soon – at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, the first of three looking at woodblock printing in Japan.  This one is concerned with landscapes, the next on starts on January 12th and is focused on the city. There is also an on-line exhibition …

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