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Since 1998, Diane Tuft has travelled the world taking photographs that capture the sublime and surreal effects of climate change on our environment. She has always been fascinated by how environmental factors shape the Earth’s landscape, and capturing this through her camera has been a guiding principle in her work. Born and raised in the United States, Diane Tuft exhibits and lectures at institutions across the globe.


Her work is included in esteemed collections such as the Whitney Museum of American Art; Nevada Museum of Art; International Center of Photography; and Parrish Art Museum, as well as many private collections. Tuft’s previous publications include UNSEEN: Beyond the Visible Spectrum (2009); Gondwana: Images of an Ancient Land (2014) and The Arctic Melt: Images of a Disappearing Landscape (2017). Tuft is also an award-winning director and producer of multiple short films, including Coastal Requiem (2019). She lives and works in New York City.