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Trouble in Paradise exhibition

A photographic exhibition documenting the effects of the climate crisis in the Pacific, artworks by Sheyne Tuffery, and a selection of historical rare books from the collections of the Alexander Turnbull Library.

Free exhibition

Trouble in Paradise opens at the National Library Gallery on 4 November 2021, timed to coincide with COP26, the major UN climate change conference held in Glasgow.

Entry is free.

Photographs, art and rare books

Trouble in Paradise presents the 60 winning photographs of a competition run by the UK Government to document the effects of the climate crisis in the Pacific.

The exhibition also features a newly commissioned artwork by artist Sheyne Tuffery, and a selection of historical rare books from the collections of the Alexander Turnbull Library.

More about Trouble in Paradise

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Blue starfish on bleached coral.