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    In Response to Place

    Photographs from the Nature Conservancy's Last Great Places
    March 5, 2005 – May 30, 2005

    Visitor Information

    This exhibition is now closed.

    There is no admission fee to visit The Gallery at Windsor. Exhibition visitors are invited to support The Windsor Charitable Foundation with a suggested donation of $10. This gift is tax-deductible and is designated to support local arts education.

    About the Exhibition

    In observance of The Nature Conservancy’s 50th anniversary, an exhibition of photographs exploring and celebrating the natural world was displayed at The Gallery at Windsor in March 2005. The exhibition included a lecture held in Windsor’s Town Hall by Steve McCormick, President and CEO of The Nature Conservancy.

    In Response to Place featured 48 photographs of the Conservancy’s “Last Great Places,” ecologically important areas from around the world.

    Exhibition curator Andy Grundberg invited twelve photographers of established reputation to select a place the Conservancy helps protect and record their response to that place on film. The exhibition’s range of styles, from landscape photography to portraiture and photojournalism, illustrated the rich and complex splendor of these places, as well as the diversity of artists represented. The featured artists included those who are famous for their landscape photographs such as Terry Evans and Richard Misrach, those who have achieved wide followings for their portraiture such as Annie Liebowitz and William Wegman, and those who are best known for their work on the cutting edge of the art world such as Sally Mann and Lee Friedlander.

    In Response to Place went on a four-year tour to venues across the United States, as well as to sites in Brazil and Japan. Accompanying the exhibition was a 160-page, fully illustrated book.


    In Response to Place
    Photographs from the Nature Conservancy's Last Great Places

    ISBN 978-0821227404, softbag, 160 pages, 11 X 10 inches, published by Bulfinch Press / Little, Brown & Company


    The Nature Conservancy is one of the world’s most foremost environmental organizations. In commemoration of its 50th anniversary, a dozen distinguished contemporary photographers were asked to submit a photograph of a place with which they have a special affinity. The volume features original unpublished images by Anne Leibovitz, Richard Misrach, Sally Mann, William Wegman, Mary Ellen Mark, Lynn Davis, Lee Friedlander, Hope Sandrow, William Christenberry, Fazal Sheikh, Karen Halverson and Terry Edwards. Andy Grundberg a well-known critic, curator and writer provides an introduction and each photographer has written text to accompany his or her work.