In this absolutely excellent exhibition, thecontemporary works of more than 70 artists are on display, in techniques ranging from painting and photography to video and installation. In our current era of sustained ecological disaster, it feels appropriate for artists to return to the tradition of the depiction of animals, plants and nature in art. After all, if mankind continues on its current course of destruction, pretty soon all we may have left are these images. The exhibition is divided into five parts: Beauty, Ecology, Confrontation, Matter and Symbol. The exhibition attempts to take a closer look at the contemporary attitudes of humankind towards nature in works by visual artists. Perhaps this art will help create and enact ecological thinking, inspire more respect for nature and stimulate necessary dialogue on these issues? Let’s hope.