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The photographs from this exhibition show what glaciers are, what they do and how they are concerned. Glaciers are a dynamic system and store of unrestricted resources. Glaciers are both an archive of climatic history and civilization's progress. Since the end of the Little Ice Age they are losing surface and mass; Since the middle of the 20th century due to the anthropogenically co-originated global warming faster than before. Glaciers are places of remembrance. Glacial defrosting and the emergence of…
“Each one of us is intimately attached to the soil of this beautiful country,” Nelson Mandela said in his inaugural speech in 1994.
with Sara Terry
Artist Opening Reception on Thursday, April 10 from 6 – 9pm
United Photo Industries Gallery
Brooklyn, New York
The Time to See Photography Exhibition will be held at the entrance of the London Bridge City Pier, South Bank, London.
with Ashley Gilbertson
London Bridge City Pier
In this photographic work-in-progress project, the artist searches for her own family roots.
with Linda Bournane Engelberth
on view April 24 - May 26, 2018
with Zackary Canepari Bronx Documentary Center Bronx, NY Zackary Canepari writes: Flint is a place that no longer needs an introduction after this past year and it probably hasn’t needed one for the past 30 years. The city has long been the poster child for the American dream gone wrong. In a perfect world, this project would be conveying some other reality. But these ideas about Flint are accurate. Flint is a place of struggle. It’s true and everybody knows it.…
There will also be an artist talk in Palo Alto on Friday May 4, 2018 at 7:30pm.
with Tomas Van Houtryve
May 3, 2018 - June 30, 2018
San Francisco, CA 94103
Through photography and rare archival imagery, Climate for Conflict explores the environmental roots of conflict in Somalia, and the ways its woes spill beyond its place on the map.
with Nichole Sobecki
Nikola Rukaj Gallery
Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival
In 2009, Daniel Schwartz began a photographic art project documenting visible evidence of the disappearance of glaciers around the world.
with Daniel Schwartz