Inherent Beauty: Photographers Who Change How We See the World
9 October - 21 November
Head to Sundaram Tagore for an exhibition of work by six world-renowned photographers. They deeply engage with the environment and contemporary social issues. Each of them create compelling visual narratives that explore our shared humanity and convey the beauty in diversity and in the natural world.
Sebastião Salgado and Steve McCurry share a photojournalistic approach, recording human struggle and the impact of conflict and globalisation. Karen Knorr’s intricate images use ancient myths and allegories to frame issues of entrenched social constructs. Lalla Essaydi and Robert Polidori explore the human condition through intimate examinations of spaces, both real and symbolic. Edward Burtynsky photographs industrial landscapes around the world, showing the devastating impact of manufacturing and human consumption.
Photo: Edward Burtynsky, Natural Order