Arctic Imagination

An ‘Artistic Take’ on the Climate Crisis Opens Eyes (and Minds) Around the World

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The Arctic Imagination project has connected a cast of creatives, writers, artists, thought-leaders and researchers to tackle the existential quandary in which the Arctic Region is now steeped. In this photo is American journalist Simon Winchester and Danish-Norwegian writer Kim Leine in a conversation at the New York Public Library. (Photo: NYPL)
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From left: Consul General Anne Dorte Riggelsen, American journalist Simon Winchester and Danish-Norwegian writer Kim Leine. (Photo: NYPL)
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The Arctic Imagination book consists of spectacular material from the library collections as well as newly commissioned texts from renowned artists and authors.
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The book release concludes the Arctic Imagination Project, an international collaboration between the public libraries of five cities about the disappearing ice. Get your own copy: https://bit.ly/2CokvRt

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