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  • Exposure: Lives at Sea exhibition

    Exposure: Lives at Sea exhibition

    Exposure: Lives at Sea exhibition

    Image: A Neighbourly Visit to the Penguins © Michał Krzysztofowic

    A  brand new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum, Exposure: Lives at Sea examines what life is really like at sea today, through a seafarers’ lens.

    Through a series of photographs taken by those working in the maritime industry, the exhibition shines a light on this often forgotten but integral work.

    We rely on our oceans for food, ecosystem services, energy and transportation, yet it is a world rarely seen. Bringing together photography taken around the world, from the reefs of Mexico to the isolation of Antarctica, this new exhibition shows us the myriad ways life can be spent at sea.

    Featuring work from photographers including:
    – Popescu Cezar Gabriel
    – Corey Arnold
    – Jennifer Adler
    – Michał Krzysztofowicz
    – Peter Iain Campbell
    – Octavio Aburto

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