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After Nature — An Exhibition

Saturday, May 13, 2017

It's hard to experience climate change. It's even harder to feel a personal connection to what is taking place on Earth now. Justin Brice Guariglia combines his large-scale, highly detailed aerial landscape photographs with processes that embody the Anthropocene, the age in which humankind is leaving indelible alterations on the planet.

Guariglia, the first artist embedded in a NASA science mission, will be flying with the Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) mission on flights through 2020. OMG is studying the degree to which warm, salinated Atlantic water is melting Greenland's glaciers in order to better estimate sea level rising. NASA is looking to Guariglia to interpret their data in a way that creates emotional connection and inspire curiosity.

When: 2 March – 13 May Gallery events schedule, beginning April 7

Where: 231 Tenth Avenue, NYC

More Information: call (212) 337-3203 Victoria Anstead, or email

Exhibit: After Nature


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