Drawn from works in the Museum’s collection, this exhibition explores the ways that five artists—Uta Barth, Robert Kinmont, Richard Long, Mark Ruwedel, and Wang Jinsong—have used photography in recent decades to survey geographic spaces.

Several of them were influenced by Conceptual Art, a movement that first became significant during the 1960s for prioritizing ideas over the production of art objects.

Each has sought to create a personal visual language, veering away from traditional forms of landscape photography and its engagement with scientific accuracy and aesthetic concerns.