Wanderlust: Photography from World Travel

This photography exhibition explores the vibrant history and viewpoints of photographers as travelers and recorders of landscapes and cultures.

Defined by the Photographic Society of America as an image that expresses the characteristic features or culture of a land as they are found naturally, with no geographic limitations, the genre of travel photography has intrigued artists since the dawn of photography in the 1830s.  This exhibition of thirty original photographs explores how a variety of artists from the late 1800s until today have captured landscapes, either near or far, in order to give viewers a glimpse of diverse and varied places.


30 photographs
Text panel and object labels
Illustrated brochure

Installation Space: 150 linear feet