From the 14th – 17th January 2016, the Artichoke Trust – together with a range of sponsors – organised what we hope will be the first of many Lumiere London events. To see so many people take to the streets … Continue reading
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Professor Richard Dawkins spoke on the radio this week about the feelings of awe and wonder he gets from contemplating nature – its majesty and its mystery. Such feelings are transcendental and spiritual and owe nothing to religion: they are … Continue reading
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To give it its full name, it’s Anish Kapoor‘s Arcelor Mittal Orbit. It’s been called a lot worse things than that. For the sake of brevity let’s just call it the Orbit. If anyone doubts Anish Kapoor’s credentials as an … Continue reading
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