"Since 1997, Markus Bühler-Rasom has regularly traveled to Greenland. His destination - Thule, one thousand kilometers north of the polar circle. His most important piece of equipment: a camera that braves the cold as he him-self does. Thule is home to the Polar Inuit, the world's northernmost people. For centuries, they have survived in the high Arctic. But now, the ice on which they hunt is getting thin - in more than one sense of the word.
The images of Bühler-Rasom oscillate between ice floe and village life, tradition and change, past and present. They speak of an uncertain future for the Polar Inuit, a future that concerns us too. Discover striking images and embark on this journey to the far North."
Exhibition: 1 October 2015 through 28 February 2016
NONAM, North America Native Museum,
Native American and Inuit Cultures
Tues to Fri 1 to 5 p.m.
Sat and Sun 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.