Fifteen University of Nebraska faculty, staff, and students were invited to become curators for an exhibition drawn from Sheldon’s permanent holdings of nearly 3,000 photographs.
Sheldon’s permanent collection galleries are laboratories in which unique ideas and installations give visitors opportunities to see and experience the collection anew.
Conflict and Consequence brings together more than seventy original photographs that illuminate the social and political complexities of the human condition during war and its aftermath.
Photographer An-My Lê’s 29 Palms is a series of black-and-white photographs made in the California desert where US Marines train for battle prior to deployment.
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