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May 2019

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Shenzhen by Range Rover Sport PHEV | A first drive in the new Range Rover Evoque | Mid-century modernist architecture in Germany | George Bamford on what makes true luxury | Meet moon-walker Charlie Duke | Carnival subculture in Brazil



ARTSCAPE Fancy a camping holiday LAKE BALLARD with 50 strangers? Oh, and they‘re made of steel. In the salt pans of Lake Ballard, 50km outside the remote former gold-rush town of Menzies – itself a dot amidst the vast swathes of unspoilt Western Australia – acclaimed sculptor Antony Gormley erected 51 surreal steel statues, based on digital scans of local residents. The eerie installation makes for an unforgettable stop on your Outback road trip. Set aside several serene hours to walk between the statues, as vehicles are not allowed on the salt lake. With stunning, expansive views of both land and sky, camping (in designated areas) is hugely rewarding, though not for the faint of heart: you‘ll need to bring your own water and firewood. 11

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