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Art: Photography

Water: Our Thirsty World

When

Mar 27, 2010 – June 13, 2010

Wednesdays–Sundays (11am–6pm)

Where

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Annenberg Space for Photography (Venue Partner)

2000 Avenue of the Stars

Price

Free

Links

National Geographic puts a new spin on a classic subject, using cutting-edge photographic technology to build a sweeping portfolio of the past and future of water on Earth. From agriculture to industry, religion, conservation, commerce, artistry, exploration, and mythology, no aspect of human life is unaffected by the presence — or increasingly, the absence — of fresh water. A special issue of NatGeo and a related exhibition and extensive public programming at LA's Annenberg Space for Photography tackle this fluid topic in light of dire resource-war scenarios and nature's evaporating majesty.

Shana Nys Dambrot, Flavorpill

Note:

A series of Iris Night lectures and other events takes place throughout the run of the show. Check the ASP website for details.

Annenberg Space for Photography says…

The Annenberg Space for Photography presents an exhibit examining the precarious state of the world's fresh water. Coinciding with National Geographic's special issue "Water: Our Thirsty World," this exhibit features the work of award-winning photographers looking at our most precious resource from environmental, social, political and cultural perspectives. Explore the causes and consider the ramifications of the world's impending fresh water crisis through stunning images and larger-than-life video HD in a gallery like you've never seen.