One of the photos taken by Martha Bohn during her trip to Morocco. / Ph. Martha Bohn
According to the local media, The Times of Northwest Indiana, the exhibition, which runs from September 6 to October 6, will feature the "Final Moments" of the Canadian-born photographer in Nepal, India, Cuba and Morocco. Martha Bohn.
She will exhibit 75 of her photos at the gallery in Gary, an American town in northwestern Indiana.
"When I travel, I try to venerate places with a unique perspective and photograph significant moments," Bohn said. "I think the best way to travel is to meet locals, converse with them, and then try to capture their personalities."
She took pictures in more than 80 countries on seven continents. A retired professor emeritus at Northwestern University, Bohn led the neurobiology program at the Lurie Children's Memorial Research Center, where she led a research program to develop novel gene therapies for Parkinson's disease. .
In 2017, Martha Bohn published a book containing 49 photos taken from people in Morocco and includes artisans, workers, salespeople and people living in the Sahara Desert and in the Medinas of Marrakech and Essaouira.