Altered Landscapes at the Nevada Museum of Art

Posted in: Contemporary Photography, Exposures- Dec 02, 2011 1 Comment

from Site Specific_New York City O7. © Olivo Barbieri

The Altered Landscape: Photographs of a Changing Environment

Exhibition on view:
September 24, 2011-January 15, 2012

Nevada Museum of Art:
160 West Liberty Street
Reno, NV
(775) 329-3333

The Altered Landscape: Photographs of a Changing Environment is the current photography exhibition at the Nevada Museum of Art. The exhibit features the museum’s signature photography collection which examines human interaction with the environment. The exhibit, and its accompanying deluxe volume book, showcase the museum’s immense and diverse collection of landscape photography. Altered Landscape features the work of many Aperture-published photographers including founding member Ansel Adams, Robert Adams, featured in Aperture issues 197, 180 and the books Summer Nights and The New West; Olivo Barbieri, featured in Photo Art: Photography in the 21st Century; Marilyn Bridges, whose print Journey, Monument Valley, Arizona/Utah is available from Aperture; William Christenberry, featured in issue 183 and whose Aperture books includes Kodachromes; William Eggleston, featured in issue 196; Lee Friedlander, featured in The New York Times Magazine Photographs and issue 188; Richard Misrach, featured in issues 193 and 174 and whose Aperture titles includes Destroy This Memory; Edward Weston, whose books include Nudes and The Flame of Recognition; and many more.

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