Since its invention, photography has played a role in constructing and projecting Utah’s identity. Yet the most prominent images often reflect government and corporate interests, from the nineteenth-century promotion of Manifest Destiny to today’s marketing of the outdoor recreation industry. While our beloved landscapes—unique, vast, and varied—are a deep source of pride, they represent only part of what Utah is as a place and people.
DE | MARCATION: A Survey of Contemporary Photography in Utah
July 18 - January 12, 2020