Grown HOW?

This exhibit of more than 100 photographs from the George Eastman collection takes a historical look at how people impact the landscapes that surround them. Certainly a timely show, given Hurricane Irma’s destruction of the museum’s gardens, the recent 85-percent-cut to Bears Ears National Monument and the halving of Grand Escalante National Monument. These might be garden party pictures, but they thrum with larger ideas.

The show runs Feb. 2-April 22; an opening reception is 6 p.m. Feb. 1 at The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, Riverside; members free; nonmembers $10;