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Published on Jul 26, 2010
Following a short introduction by the American Art Museum's Curator of Photography, Toby Jurovics, photographer Frank Gohlke discusses his body of work spanning more than 30 years. His photographs capture the tension between humanity and the natural world, exploring how people adapt to the forces of nature both great and small, even within the confines of their own backyards.