We’ve got a great lineup coming of projects, recent exhibitions, and documentaries on five internationally recognized photographers who interpret, re-create and alter nature in highly personal ways:
Emmet Gowin, whose new exhibition Hidden Likeness at The Morgan Library is on view through Sept 20;
Sebastian Salgado, with a new bio-pic Salt of the Earth, by his son Juliano, of Sebastian’s life and work;
Canadian Edward Burtynsky, whose series on China, water, urban mines, tailings look at nature transformed by industry;
Virginia native Sally Mann, who melds a unique perspective of family, Southern life and landscape, plus a new memoir Hold Still is just out;
National Geo’s Joel Sartore, whose Photo Ark images of animals were projected onto NYC’s Empire State Building on August 1.