Edward Burtynsky Earth Observed
The first major exhibition of the artist’s work in Connecticut and one of the largest in the Northeast ever, Edward Burtynsky: Earth Observed examines the artist’s career-long documentation of human impact on nature and comprises examples from nearly every series of Burtynsky’s output from the 1980s to today, including Mines, Quarries, Shipbreaking, China, Oil, Water, and Anthropocene. The exhibition will explore the legacy of landscape art in America, as well as the role of photography in environmental advocacy.
Works in Edward Burtynsky: Earth Observed are drawn from the New Britain Museum of American Art, Baltimore Museum of Art, Hood Museum of Art, Middlebury College Museum of Art, Howard Greenberg Gallery, and private collections.
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