"Human-Altered Landscapes" Now On Exhibit At The Cincinnati Art Museum
An exhibit now on display at the Cincinnati Art Museum, ?Human-Altered Landscapes,? celebrates the influence of a generation of photographers who, during the 1960's and ?70's, created a new kind of landscape photography. Several of these artists were featured in a 1975 exhibition, ?New Topographics,? at the George Eastman House in Rochester, NY. ?Human-Altered Landscapes? combines the works of artists from that 1975 show with those of current photographers who were influenced by the 1970's photos. Joining us to discuss the exhibit are photographer Lucas Foglia and Brian Sholis, associate curator of Photography with the Cincinnati Art Museum.
?Human-Altered Landscapes? will be on display at the Cincinnati Art Museum until July 19. For more information click here.