Explore our human impact on the environment through a study of landscape painting and contemporary art.
Featuring a range of artists and makers hailing from Suffolk and around the world, this exhibition pairs celebrated landscape painters with the contemporary trailblazers reimagining how art can engage with the environment.
The exhibition is centred around the painting Walton Bridges by JMW Turner, an early work by the 19th-century Romantic artist. Thought to be the first oil painting done by the artist in the open air, it depicts a scene of the Thames in Surrey at a poignant moment of human history, the beginning of the Industrial Revolution – which went on to have an enormous impact on the planet.
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