Molloy College Art Gallery

view of antarctica from boat hole

"Antarctica: Journey to the Extreme," a photographic exhibit by Holly Gordon


Holly Gordon's photographic exhibition, Antarctica: Journey to the Extreme presents imagery captured during her voyage to a remote region that few people will ever see in person. Antarctica, the white continent, is the harshest, coldest, windiest, driest, most mountainous place on earth. Holly's  photographs capture the vastness, the pristine beauty and the three species of penguin that inhabit the Antarctic Peninsula in a way that will dazzle your senses. 

Environmentally this exhibition conveys the serious implications of global warming. It is ecologically relevant. An intimate personal encounter with nature in its purist form. Aesthetically it offers a visual choreography between artist and light.

We are excited to bring this exhibition to the Molloy Community. Antarctica: Journey to the Extreme by  environmental and fine art photographer Holly Gordon, offers a glimpse into a captivating landscape that appeals to a variety of audiences and creates opportunities for conversation on many important topics. This exhibition is free and open to the public January 28 through April 22nd 2020.

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