In Exhibitions, Museum of Art

A 2003 photo illustrated how undocumented minors travel from Central America to the United States will be part the “Pulitzer Prize Photographs” exhibition. Photo courtesy of Don Bartletti/Los Angeles Times

The BYU Museum of Art (MOA) is set to open their newest exhibition on Monday. It will feature every Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph since the award was first created in 1942.

The exhibition is visiting from the Newseum in Washington, D.C. The MOA is the first venue other than the Newseum to host the exhibition.

The exhibition has been one of the Newseum’s most popular. MOA Curator Kenneth Hartvigsen called this a “unique opportunity” and said the photographs are “iconic in a very true sense.”Read more at the Daily Herald.

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