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13 August 2021

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention. This time we look at aurora australis, jellyfish, SofGAN, Howard Greenberg Gallery and Pier 24 Photography.

  • Aurora Australis Lights Up the Sky, taken from aboard the International Space Station above the Indian Ocean, shows the aurora australis (or southern lights) as it streams across the Earth's atmosphere.
  • John Nack writes that SofGAN "promises better isolation of—and thus control over—things like hair style, lighting, skin tone and more."
  • Howard Greenberg Gallery will be moving to two new 57th Street locations in New York City this autumn, opening its 40th year with the exhibition Gordon Parks: A Choice of Weapons on Oct. 7.
  • Pier 24 Photography in San Francisco announced it will require proof of Covid-19 vaccination to visit the appointment-only venue. "Upon entering the space, you will be asked to show your vaccination card, a legible photocopy of the card or a photograph of the card on your cellphone. We will also continue requiring masks and social distancing throughout the museum." The venue is complying with a city-wide mandate.

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