Justin Grubb’s exhibition, Conservation Through a Lens, features stunning photographs from the award-winning artist, writer, naturalist, and Worthington native. His multi-media art features wild animals in their natural habitats and highlights the conservation efforts being carried out to protect them.
The large-scale photographs, behind-the-scenes footage, and informative text in this exhibition tell stories of environmental conservation from around the world. Grubb takes a multidisciplinary approach to his artmaking process by combining science, documentary filmmaking, and visual art in an effort to inform communities and protect different species in their natural habitats. The bold photographs featured in this exhibition also highlight the human caretakers and conservation biologists working to protect endangered animals.
Also joining this exhibition is Beyond the Lawn, a pop-up exhibit developed from Grubb’s findings when he examined the biodiversity between lawn and wildflower habitats in St. Louis, Missouri. Photographs of these familiar plant and wildlife species will help you examine the biome of your own backyard.
Justin Grubb is a filmmaker, photographer, published writer, naturalist, and co-founder of the film production company, Running Wild Media. He travels the world to photograph and study critically endangered species. Learn more about his work here. And follow Justin on Instagram so you never miss any of his amazing wildlife posts!
Visit Conservation Through a Lens during the MAC’s open gallery hours of Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:00 – 6:00 pm, and the 2nd & 4th Saturdays of every month, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Or to schedule a private gallery appointment, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.