January 23 – May 26, 2014
Take a glimpse into the late-19th Century American West as captured by Timothy O’Sullivan, whose photographs are viewed today as some of the most compelling of their time. Taken as part of the King Survey expedition to gather practical and scientific information about the undeveloped American territory west of the Missouri River, these photographs played a crucial role in the way we think about landscape photography today, representing an ideal balance between fact and interpretation.
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Past and Present West: Living with the Influence of the Nineteenth Century
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
The general public is invited to the Museum to attend all or part of an extended program exploring Timothy H. O