Josephine Livingstone | The New Republic | 11th July 2019
Galileo drew the first detailed map of the moon in 1609. Four centuries of study later and the moon has lost most of its mystery. It is completely familiar. What it has not lost is its ability to evoke a sense of romance. On the anniversary of the moon landing, this exhibition of moon-related art and photography is surely the most resonant – and inevitable – of the year.