Photo Credit: Gar Lunney, Skiers on Mt. Norquay, 1962. NFB Stills Division Archive. Courtesy of the National Gallery of Canada/Canadian Photography Institute. 

Photo Credit: Gar Lunney, Skiers on Mt. Norquay, 1962. NFB Stills Division Archive. Courtesy of the National Gallery of Canada/Canadian Photography Institute. 

 Photo Credit: Sebastião Salgado, St. Clare Creek, black and white photograph, 2011, © Sebastião Salgado/Amazonas images, 2011. 

Photo Credit: Sebastião Salgado, St. Clare Creek, black and white photograph, 2011, © Sebastião Salgado/Amazonas images, 2011. 

Whyte museum of the canadian rockies

Exhibition dates: February 3 - April 8
Opening reception: Saturday, February 3, 7 pm

Bradford Washburn + Sebastião Salgado
Encounters with the Sublime

Kluane National Park and Reserve, together with three other protected areas – Wrangell-St. Elias, Glacier Bay and Tatshenshini-Alsek parks – make up a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest internationally protected area in the world. This sublime landscape is the inspiration of acclaimed photographers Bradford Washburn and Sebastião Salgado. Exhibition courtesy of the Yukon Arts Centre and Parks Canada. 

Jon Goodman
Passion & Purpose: Carbon Prints & Photogravures by Jon Goodman

No other process of printing black-and-white photographs compares in subtlety and richness with photogravure and carbon print. A continuous-tone process that produces prints unequalled in luminosity and dimensional definition. 

Group Exhibition
Scripted Wilderness: Photographs of Banff from the National Film Board of Canada

Established in 1939, the National Film Board (NFB) Stills Division’s aim was to produce and disseminate a scripted idea of Canadian national identity. This exhibition explores how NFB images of Banff contributed to the national narrative. 

 

Gallery hours: Open daily, 10 AM to 5 PM

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111 Bear Street, Banff
Alberta, T1L 1A3
Canada