@SFOMuseum Instagram Posts tagged #climatechange This is SFO Museum's archive of the @SFOMuseum Instagram account. There are 10 posts .

In his essay, “Shadows of Change”, the late photographer and photojournalist Stanley Greene visits the town of Uummannaq in central-western Greenland and draws focus on the effects of climate change in the region. This image was posted on March 20, 2020. #stanleygreene #photographer #photography #uummannaq #greenland #climatechange #museumfromhome
In his essay, “Shadows of Change”, the late photographer and photojournalist Stanley Greene visits the town of Uummannaq in central-western Greenland and draws focus on the effects of climate change in the region. This image was posted on March 20, 2020. #stanleygreene #photographer #photography #uummannaq #greenland #climatechange #museumfromhome
In his essay, “Shadows of Change”, the late photographer and photojournalist Stanley Greene visits the town of Uummannaq in central-western Greenland and draws focus on the effects of climate change in the region. This image was posted on March 20, 2020. #stanleygreene #photographer #photography #uummannaq #greenland #climatechange #museumfromhome
“In the Inuit language, we use the word Sila for ice. This image was posted on February 07, 2020. #blackhistorymonth #stanleygreene #photographer #photography #uummannaq #greenland #climatechange #ice #snow
“In the Inuit language, we use the word Sila for ice. This image was posted on February 07, 2020. #blackhistorymonth #stanleygreene #photographer #photography #uummannaq #greenland #climatechange #ice #snow
“In the Inuit language, we use the word Sila for ice. This image was posted on February 07, 2020. #blackhistorymonth #stanleygreene #photographer #photography #uummannaq #greenland #climatechange #ice #snow
“In the Inuit language, we use the word Sila for ice. This image was posted on February 07, 2020. #blackhistorymonth #stanleygreene #photographer #photography #uummannaq #greenland #climatechange #ice #snow
Inspired by a nature exhibit that allows visitors to experience the world through the eyes of different species, filmmaker Louis Morton (@louisjmorton) presents a future world in which climate change survivors turn to animals to return the planet to livable shape. This video was posted on January 21, 2020. #videoartssfom #film #video #louismorton #nature #animation #climatechange #plants #earth
Inspired by a nature exhibit that allows visitors to experience the world through the eyes of different species, filmmaker Louis Morton (@louisjmorton) presents a future world in which climate change survivors turn to animals to return the planet to livable shape. This image was posted on January 21, 2020. #videoartssfom #film #video #louismorton #nature #animation #climatechange #plants #earth
In her project, "Soup", Mandy Barker draws attention to the increasing concern over oceanic plastics. This image was posted on September 07, 2017. #publicart #airportart #art #fineart #photography #mandybarker #oceanic #plastic #hongkong #marine #detritus #microplastic #ocean #enviormentalism #climatechange #photographer #mandybarker #marinedebris