Earth Works: Mapping the Anthropocene

On view between September 18 – December 8, 2018, Earth Works: Mapping the Anthropocene features new and recent works by Justin Brice Guariglia, a transdisciplinary artist who, in 2015 and 2016, flew seven times with NASA as part of Operation Ice Bridge (a survey mission of Greenland) to study how melting glaciers affect the rise of sea levels.

Earth Works: Mapping the Anthropocene is presented by USC Fisher Museum of Art in collaboration with the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.

The exhibition features 23 works by Justin Brice Guariglia, including a large-scale work to be displayed at NHMLA.

This exhibition is organized by the Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida, and was made possible by the generosity of Vanessa and Anthony Beyer. Additional support was provided by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, and the William and Sarah Ross Soter Photography Fund and the Sydell and Arthur I. Meyer Endowment Fund at the Norton Museum of Art.

Justin Brice Guariglia, Narsaarsuk I, 2015, fabricated 2017, Acrylic, polystyrene panel, 48 x 64 x 1.75 in. Courtesy of the Artist.