RGS Enduring Eye Exhibition - The National Library of Scotland
16 June 2017-12 November 2017
One of the greatest ever photographic records of human survival, 'Enduring eye' honours the achievements of Sir Ernest Shackleton and the men of the 'Endurance' expedition of 1914-1917.
Shackleton's official expedition photographer, Frank Hurley, documented the expedition under the most extreme circumstances. His photographs provide a lasting record of the men of the 'Endurance' and their story.
Showcasing Hurley's images alongside items from the Library's polar collections, the exhibition tells the fascinating and enduring story of the expedition.
'Enduring eye' has been created by the Royal Geographical Society, with additional items on show from National Library of Scotland collections.