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Pictura Gallery

At the FAR Center for Contemporary Arts

Pictura celebrates photography in its many iterations—work that represents the state of the medium today to showing the art form as it evolves, especially in dialogue with other artistic mediums.

At the FAR Center for Contemporary Arts
202 S. Rogers Street
Bloomington, IN 47404

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Tuesday - Saturday 11-5. or by appointment


Featured Exhibit

The exhibit is free and open to the public.

December 2  - January 28

Gallery Walk Reception Friday, January 6, 5-8 P.M.

The Dissolving Landscape

Ella Morton

On view at Pictura, December through January: the work of Ella Morton. The Dissolving Landscape (2016-21) is a series of experimental analogue photographs that examine climate change in the landscapes of Canada and Nordic Europe. The project asks the question: what are we losing, in terms of our spiritual connection to the land, as the climate rapidly changes? Morton’s material process expresses the complex relationship humans have with this landscape, which involves awe, admiration and exploitation.


Read more about the Ella's work at

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