This traveling exhibition examines images from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, a historical moment when once remote wildernesses were first surveyed, catalogued, photographed, and developed on both sides of the Atlantic. It demonstrates how photographers in the two countries provided new ways of seeing the effects of mapping and exploration: infrastructure changes, the exploitation of natural resources, and the influx of tourism. As of February 9, gallery open to TU on-campus community by appointment via tugalleries@towson.edu. Onlne soon at Towson.edu/tugalleries.

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Add to Calendar 20210119 America/New_York 8000 York Road Towson MD 21252 Across the West and Toward the North: Norwegian and American Landscape Photography