Gallery of Fine Art Photography - Atlanta GA

Mark Maio • International Images for Science Exhibition

Augusta GA, Georgia Regents University

October 22 – November 30, 2014

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Mark Maio’s image: 20/20, shown to the right, was selected for the exhibition International Images for Science. The exhibition is organized by the Royal Photographic Society. The RPS is the world’s oldest photographic society, in continual existence since its foundation in 1853.

The exhibition of 100 stunning prints, showcases an extraordinary variety of scientific photography– images that explore worlds we can only imagine, or that are used as tools in everyday life in medicine, engineering and other related fields, done in a way that informs, questions and inspires.

Exhibition previously toured Europe with stops in the Royal Albert Hall in London, ArtCell Gallery in Cambridge, and Padova Italy.

Complete details at the RPS website.

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