through Dec 31

Seeing is Believing?

21 Feb, 2015 - 31 Dec, 2016


Did you know that some early photographs were known as the “mirror with a memory”?

That the first photograph of the moon was made more than 160 years ago?

Discover the answers to these questions and more in MOPA’s new gallery where you’ll explore the origins of photography, and its impact on how we view the world around us and ourselves.

Exhibition presented in English and Spanish.

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through May 29

Flor Garduño: Trilogy

30 Jan, 2016 - 29 May, 2016

In Trilogy, Flor Garduño presents a tour of the principal themes from her career of photographic work within three groups: Bestiarium, Fantastic Women and Silent Natures. A renowned Mexican photographer, Garduño is internationally recognized for her black and white photography.

Exhibition presented in Spanish and English.

Bestiarium and Silent Natures close Sunday, May 22. Fantastic Women closes Sunday, May 29.


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through Dec 31

America's Cathedrals: Photography and the National Parks

20 Feb, 2016 - 31 Dec, 2016

Special Micro Exhibition

Coinciding with the centennial anniversary of The National Park Service in 2016, America’s Cathedrals celebrates the important role the visual image has played in the history and creation of our national parks.

Drawn entirely from MOPA's permanent collection, America's Cathedrals features work by Ansel Adams, William Henry Jackson, Carleton Watkins and many more.

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