The exhibit at the Nordic Heritage Museum comprises photos and paintings from the most endangered ecosystem on the planet.
‘Imaging the Arctic’: powerful, lonely, endangered vistas - Published in Seattle Times, January 30, 2015
Ice dominates nearly every picture in “Imaging the Arctic”, the smart, engaging exhibition now at the Nordic Heritage Museum. No wonder; we’re looking at Greenland, which is almost completely frozen over, along with much of the surrounding sea. But appearances can be deceptive. At the show’s outset are satellite photos illustrating the recent, drastic shrinking of the ice pack: this polar landscape, and the people and animals that depend on it, is one of the most threatened on earth.