Saturday, Nov 9, 2019 at 9:30am
See the frigid continent of Antarctica in a new light through the mesmerizing work of award-winning photographer Diane Tuft.
In 2012, Tuft traveled to Antarctica on a National Science Foundation grant, enduring harsh winds and plunging temperatures to tell a richer story of Antarctica’s stark beauty. Capturing the landscape in abstract ways, her 13 large-scale photographs illustrate a whole new perspective on Antarctica. From cracks in glaciers to atmospheric gases trapped within the frozen bubbles of icy lakes, these images illuminate our planet’s long history of climate change.
You won’t want to miss this rare look into the frozen continent.
ALONG THE WAY, YOU'LL:
Stand in the deep blue reflections of a wall of ice
See natural history in a new way: through the eyes of an artist
Immerse yourself in the frozen world of Antartica
Exhibition Date: May 23, 2019 - January 20, 2020
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