“Ocean Soul”, by renowned photographer Brian Skerry, takes you on an unprecedented journey through the magical realms of the ocean to reveal a world few have ever seen.
Over the past 30 years Skerry has traveled the globe, connecting with the wildlife he encounters and interpreting their stories through compelling photography. Now he brings these poetic images to you with one goal: to shed much needed light on these overlooked creatures, and in turn creating appreciation for them and an awareness of the need for conservation.
“Ocean Soul” is a story of discovery. The story begins when a boy who loves the sea attends an event with underwater photographers and has an epiphany: “I had always wanted to explore the oceans, but I now understood how I would do this. I would do it with a camera.” Now, in “Ocean Soul”, he showcases his stunning photography and describes his adventurous life in a gripping portrait of the ocean as a place of beauty and mystery, a place in trouble, and ultimately, a place of hope that will rebound with the proper attention and care.
The exhibition is accompanied by Ocean Soul, (National Geographic Books, 2011; $50 hardcover).
Content: 50 framed photographs, 2 text panels, object labels, 16×9 formatted slide show with 4 interviews
Size: 400 running square feet—flexible
Duration: 3 months minimum
Speaker opportunities available
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Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
March 26—July 10, 2012
July 28—October 28, 2012
Aquarium of the Pacific
Long Beach, CA
December 1, 2012—March 3, 2013
March 10—March 16, 2014
The Franklin Institute
April 26—November 30, 2014
South Florida Museum
February 7—June 7, 2015
Minnesota Marine Art Museum
July 10 – November 11, 2015
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