Apollo Intravehicular Glove, by Albert Watson, National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC, 1990. Archival Pigment Print. Image courtesy of Smithsonian Institution

Apollo Intravehicular Glove by Albert Watson

“[Albert Watson] was like an artist-in-residence here some years ago,” said Curator Dr. Tom Crouch. “He was fiddling around with our objects; objects from our collection. Curator Carolyn Russon is a photographer, too, so she worked with him on and off over the years and decided to include a couple of images in this show. Again, like the rest of the show, it’s that bridge between art and technology.”