The Museum of Natural History cordially invites you to the opening reception of the new permanent exhibit Sable Island: Over the Dunes, Beyond Wild Horses.
This opening reception is free to the public. Be among the very first to see this new permanent exhibit!
Roberto Dutesco: The Wild Horses of Sable Island
Until October 13, 2014
The Museum of Natural History is pleased to present Roberto Dutesco: The Wild Horses of Sable Island, a breathtaking and moving exhibit that spans 20 years of iconic photography.
Sable’s wild horses are the only terrestrial mammals on the Island. Abandoned there by sailors long ago or cast ashore from wrecks on the many sandbars that surround the island, this feral herd has managed to thrive in an austere, unforgiving environment.
Roberto Dutesco is a New York based photographer, poet and film-maker. His short films “Times Square” and “Sable Horses” have been screened at several film festivals, culminating with the award-winning documentary “Chasing Wild Horses”, a CBC /Arcadia Production.
Event Host: Museum of Natural History