Glaciers, densely populated by seals, endless Sahara dunes or mist-covered mountains in the Amazon rainforest: Sebastião Salgado (1944) depicts the earth as a creation of overwhelming beauty and thus sharpens our awareness of its preciousness. Salgado has sailed across oceans, scaled mountains, and crossed deserts. He has observed animals and met indigenous peoples in his endeavor to capture their environment and culture. The exhibition is a manifesto that not only touches visitors with black-and-white photographs, but also raises open questions about how we deal with the planet.