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Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Wed 13 Feb 2019

Review on ‘A place that only exists in moonlight’ – Marnie Evans – St Georges C of E Secondary School

My journey around the Turner Contemporary so far has been an over whelming and fascinating experience.  The exhibitions presented here are truly magical and remarkable; the exhibition currently on ‘A place that only exists in moonlight’ has really taken me to another dimension. These pieces of art unlock the stereotype that we as a societyMore details

Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Mon 23 Jul 2018

Animals & Us review by Isabella Bottle, Sir Roger Manwood’s School

Animals and Us is the current exhibition being displayed at Turner Contemporary in Margate. This exhibition explores many different perspectives surrounding the evolution of human relationships with animals, through the vast range of work being shown. The exhibition begins with the statement: “Early humans were both predator and prey, deeply embedded in a world ofMore details

Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Wed 27 Jun 2018

Animals & Us review by Olivia Warner, St George’s School

The new exhibition at Turner Contemporary in Margate explores artists’ relationships and love for animals.  Animals are symbolic as we have used this species for a very long time, since the Stone Age. The works that I have been incredibly fascinated about are the rescue dogs from 9/11 because they saved the victims when theyMore details

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