Endangered Species: Artists On The Front Line Of Biodiversity
ENDANGERED SPECIES: ARTISTS ON THE FRONT LINE OF BIODIVERSITY highlights 60 artists, from the nineteenth through twenty-fi rst centuries, focusing on a rich cultural tradition of engagement with nature conservation. With a wide range of approaches, the art surveys themes of beauty, natural and human-induced extinctions, diverse ecosystems, habitat revitalization and reconnecting people to the natural world. Written by curator Barbara C. Matilsky, the catalogue accompanies the current Whatcom Museum exhibition (Sep 8, 2018 – Jan 6, 2019) about the importance of biodiversity.
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