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Modern Art

March 18, 2011

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Isn’t it incredible how modern art has the ability to polarise opinion? I recently visited Tate Modern on the Southbank with my friend, single-mum, who wanted to see the latest exhibition by the Mexican artist Gabriel Orozco (pronounced or-ross-co). I’m always interested in artwork that challenges me to think about the meaning behind it; or […]

New sightings of Madagascar’s “panda” brings hope

March 2, 2011

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Madagascar has been separated from East Africa for more than 100 million years. It’s the fourth biggest island in the world after Greenland, New Guinea and Borneo. You can just see Mozambique peeking out on the left-hand side of this map. It might not look far, but there’s just over 6,000km between the two countries. The […]

Wildlife Photography Awards

January 3, 2011

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The Natural History Museum in South Kensington has to be one of my favourite places to visit in London. I never tire of seeing the exhibits held within its magnificent walls. I still get a rush of excitement when I start to see the building as I bound up the tube station steps two-at-a-time onto […]