Gallery: Altered Landscapes at the Nevada Museum of Art Shows Humans’ I...

 
There is no more wilderness -- almost everything, everywhere on this planet has been affected directly or indirectly by humans. Futurist Bruce Sterling put this idea forward at the recent A + E Conference at the Nevada Center for Art and Environment. Fittingly, that same weekend the Center debuted its photo exhibition "Altered Landscapes," a collection of works by photographers documenting, examining, celebrating, and condemning our overwhelming impact on the planet. Above, Pipo Nguyen-duy's "Lazy Boy" shows an arm chair is the middle of a forest. Click on to see more of these stunning images.

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