They have an entire Universe to display, and still they came up with a selection of portraits…of themselves??
Exhibition: Portraits of Astronomers
Thursday 1 to Friday 30 October 2009
Location: Marble Hall, The Royal Society
To celebrate the International Year of Astronomy, photographer Lucinda Douglas Menzies has created a series of portraits of contemporary British astronomers. Each photograph is accompanied by the astronomer’s explanation of what led him or her to enter the field, giving a fascinating insight into the inspiration behind their great achievements.
A selection of the portraits will be on display at the Royal Society’s building during the month of October. The exhibition is open to the public, but we ask you to register in advance of your visit by contacting the Royal Society Library on 020 7451 2606 or firstname.lastname@example.org.