Space Explorations: Photographs, 1840s–2000s
A photograph is under no obligation to present visual proof or even visual truth. Its appearance is the product of myriad choices on the part of the photographer. The works in this exhibition explore those choices made by the photographer, including composition, layering of elements, depth of field, and focus.
Space Explorations includes works by Felice Beato, Lee Friedlander, Edward Steichen, Brassai, and Margaret Bourke-White. A number of the works on view are on loan from the Prentice and Paul Sack Photographic Trust.
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