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’50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic’

National Geographic

Imagine Exhibitions Gallery Presents 50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic Opening February 14 at The Venetian

 

On February 14, Imagine Exhibitions Gallery will present 50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic, an incredible exploration of National Geographic’s most-remembered and celebrated photographs from its 125-year-old history, at The Venetian® in Las Vegas for a limited engagement.

Visitors to the exhibition will be able to immerse themselves in National Geographic’s most iconic photos, including Steve McCurry’s unforgettable “Afghan Girl,” Nick Nichols’ renowned image of Jane Goodall and chimpanzee and Thomas Abercrombie’s never-before-seen view of Mecca.

In addition to seeing the photographs as they appeared in the magazine, guests of 50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic will learn the stories behind the photos and more about the photographers themselves. For some images, visitors can see the “near frames” taken by the photographer: the sequence of images made in the field before and after the perfect shot. Additionally, documentary videos throughout the exhibition tell the stories behind these iconic photographs and the photographers who shot them.

 

Dates:               Open to the public daily for a limited engagement

Hours:              9:30 a.m. – 7 p.m., last ticket sold at 6 p.m.

Price:  Ticket prices are as follows: General admission $16; students with a valid ID, Nevada residents, military and seniors $13; children 12 and under receive free admission when accompanied by a paying adult. Taxes and fees not included.

Buy: Tickets for 50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic will be available for purchase at The Venetian box office and at venetian.com.

 

Name: 50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic

Address: Imagine Exhibitions Gallery The Venetian® 3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas, NV 89109

Phone: (702) 414-9000

Website: www.venetian.com

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