Genesis is the result of an epic eight-year project undertaken by Brazilian photographer, Sebastião Salgado. This exhibition comprises over 200 spectacular black and white photographs taken on his travels across the globe. With scenes of vast natural landscapes, wild animals, and indigenous peoples, Genesis takes us back to a time before modern society and infrastructures took hold of the planet. Whilst almost half our planet is still “as it was at the time of Genesis”, according to Salgado, these images are intended to serve as a reminder that Earth’s untouched natural beauty will continue to disappear if more steps are not taken to combat climate change and protect the environment. “We must preserve what exists,” declares Salgado, whose dedication to global issues has led to three long-term projects: Workers (1993), Migrations (2000), and Genesis (2013).