The complexity and variety of tress and forests across the globe is explored in this exhibition in London. Bringing together 38 artists, the Hayward Gallery seeks to broaden our appreciation for the natural world. There are extraordinary sculptures in this exhibition, including Ugo Rondinone’s 2000-year old Olive Tree cast.
This travelling exhibition is focusing on the consequences of global warming and climate change. A group of 16 artists are presenting their visions and painting the very real, but very bleak picture of our planet. You’ll find an array of art, from pieces on climate change to commentary on waste and landfill.
I’m sure we are all aware of the fires happening in Australia, and this exhibition highlights the true effects of global warming and climate change. Showing the impacts, offering solutions, and telling real-life accounts, this exhibition coming in Spring 2020 will make sure that no-one forgets the damning effects on our environment.
This New York exhibition addresses the environmental, political, and socioeconomic issues through the eyes of Rem Koolhaas and Samir Bantal. It explores our ever-changing scenery, due to climate change, migration, ecosystems, and coexistence. The innovative research undertaken by Koolhaas and Bantal creates a unique exhibition that is a must see. While the Guggenheim Museum is closed in response to coronavirus (COVID-19), the museum invites you to experience the Guggenheim from home and discover artists, exhibitions, and collections.
Throughout 2020, The Natural History Museum is hosting exhibitions and events all about biodiversity. We depend on it for survival, but we have disrupted it through our contribution to climate change and overconsumption of land and resources. Working with the best scientists, The Natural History Museum is helping to tackle this change and collecting more than 80 million specimens to show the variety and extraordinary life there is on Earth. Go and make your personal virtual tour here.
Around the world, there are a myriad of environments, from hot, dry deserts, to damp and thick rainforests. The permanent exhibition at the California Science Centre shows just how many different ecosystems we have and how they are changing. It’s interactive and creative, so perfect for educating children on the importance of ecosystems and how much we rely on them.
The stunning Pavilion offers ‘real life solutions to real world problems. Awarded with the LEED Platinum certification for its architecture, you can walk through and see forests, oceans, as well as the damage we have inflicted. It shows the importance of nature whilst being eco-friendly. It reduces its water usage and uses solar panels, creating a space that educates and benefits our environment.
Showcasing the 130-year history of cars, this exhibition shows the latest innovations and will exhibit how the industry is transforming. Commenting on its past, this exhibition shows how the industry is changing its path and going toward a more sustainable future. It’s divided into three sections: Going Fast, Making More, and Shaping Space. It shows impacts, solutions, and blunders within the industry.