Without fungi all ecosystems would fail.
If you enter Somerset House from the terrace facing the River Thames and across to the South Bank, immediately on your right is a set of three long consecutive rooms which are big enough to house left-field and intriguing exhibitions. In the past I’ve come to see exhibitions about Tintin, Beards, and Mary Sibald here.
Continuing this tradition is the current exhibition, three long rooms packed with Victorian, 20th century, and contemporary art works all on the theme of mushrooms.
The show brings together the work of over 40 leading artists, designers and musicians to present an overview of fungi’s colourful cultural legacy, as well as some optimistic ideas about our fungus future.
Printed around the walls are some of the fungus facts which we all need to know:
- It was fungi that allowed plants to colonise…
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