Diane Tuft: Digital Catalogue 

In 2012, a grant from the National Science Foundation brought photographer Diane Tuft to Antarctica for six weeks. The resulting series of photographs captures the dramatic natural landscape of this remote and ancient continent. Details of ice and rock are distilled into stunning forms for the viewer to consider anew. The photographs are both visual and scientific studies, conveying the subtle and violent atmospheric changes registered on the Antarctic landscape over millions of years.
Tuft's rich color photographs capture the high levels of ultraviolet light in Antarctica, thereby exposing the visual effects of years of climate change. These works are available as color pigment prints in three sizes, each an edition of five. The black and white photographs, shot on infrared film, are presented as platinum prints and are available in two sizes, each an edition of five. 
Shown below is a booklet showcasing a selection of the twenty-seven works that will be on view at Marlborough from June 4 through July 3, 2014. Click the image below for a fullscreen view of the brochure, using your left and right arrow keys, or your mouse, to turn the pages.