Photology is pleased to present as a premiere in South America a photography selection from the NASA archives, vintage prints produced during several space missions between 1960 and 1974.
Coming from an American private collection originally composed of around 5.500 artworks, the exhibition installed at Photology Garzón includes about 80 pictures featuring early Mercury missions through the epics of Gemini and Apollo, until Skylab launches in 1974.
The uniqueness and the authenticity of the collection can be depicted by specific paper type and persistent photographic character of the work, and further more from NASA stamps and markings in each of the original prints. All NASA black & white and color works in the show are unique and priceless images.
In addition to being of great scientific, historical, and cultural value, these photographs have a timeless artistic quality that documents the beauty of the Earth and other celestial objets, and captures the bravery and courage of human spirit.