A Gallery Pops Up

Arthur Rothstein’s “Wasatch Mountains,“ Summit County, Utah, 1940.
Andreas Feininger’s “Bingham Mine, brakeman of an ore train at the open-pit mining operation of Utah Copper Company,“ Bingham Canyon, Utah, 1942.

Art for Uncertain Times

Art for Uncertain Times includes images by Jeffrey Butler from his 2020 series The Lost Months of Brooklyn. From left: “Fast Fashion” and “Tired.”
Russell Lee’s “Three little Mormon girls with candy,” Mendon, Utah, 1940.
Two images by Dorthea Lange: “Post office and postmistress, Widtsoe, Utah, 1936; “The church in the center of town (Mormon),“ Escalante, Utah, 1936.

Expanse and Isolation

Ansel Adams’s “Rock Formation against Dark Sky,” Zion National Park, Utah, 1941.




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