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CRITIC'S CHOICE

In the grounds of William Cecil's Elizabethan showpiece, Burghley House, on the Lincolnshire-Northamptonshire border near Stamford, is a 5ha sculpture garden. The latest exhibition there, continuing until 29 October, is called Heavenly Bodies, and with a few exceptions - one being Nick Horrigan's ramshackle timber ziggurat, lit inside by bre optics - the contents are pretty dire.

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