This year, the craft of photography turns 175 years old. Last October, The National Geographic Society celebrated the 125th anniversary of both National Geographic magazine and the Society itself. What started as an idea for a commemorative exhibit quickly evolved into a groundbreaking multimedia experience, and a first for the Annenberg Space for Photography. The Director of Talent and Content Patricia Lanza, a former National Geographic staff photographer, gave us a rundown of what to expect from this awe-inspiring exhibition.
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