Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College (April 4–August 23, 2015):
“Water is essential to human life, shaping the geography of human settlement, modes of travel, and ease of trade. Too much water (flooding) or too little (drought) has wrought havoc in communities for millennia. This exhibition considers humans’ relationship to water, …and showcases the beauty and power of this miraculous, yet quotidian, substance.”
Photographs by Virginia Beahan, Edward Burtynsky, Emmet Gowin and James Balog.