Deep Water

Water is a ubiquitous and mutable substance. It is the fundamental element that enables and sustains all life on earth, but possess a deadly and destructive power. Since the nineteenth century, water and its environs have presented an endlessly fascinating subject for photographers.

Art Exhibition previously on at NGV International in Australia.
From Saturday 02 April 2011 to Sunday 11 September 2011

No title (A turreted berg) (1913) image At Newport 1952, (printed c. 1975) image Pass of Llanberis, North Wales (c. 1865) image Mirror Lake, Washington Column (1866) image No title (Waterfall, Yosemite Valley) (1940s) image Rowing home the schoof-stuff (1886) image Untitled 2000 image

Published by National Gallery of Victoria - International on Monday 16 May 2011.
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This exhibition, drawn from the collection of the National Gallery of Victoria, is in two sections, freshwater and saltwater, and includes photographs of; Antarctica, seascapes and coastal scenes, inland water ways and rivers, and images of swimming and bathing.