In celebration of National Geographic's 125th anniversary, the Annenberg Space for Photography has announced that their next exhibition will be a collection of some of the publication's greatest photos. National Geographic has published over 11.5 million images to-date and the Annenberg has chosen 400 to display on their walls and more than 500 for a digital installation. 

Visitors to "The Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years" will encounter six video walls comprised of a total of 30 high quality screens. The video walls appear throught the exhibition and will have selected photos and photo essays looped on different timelines to create a dynamic viewing experience for everyone. In addition to the exhibition, the Annenberg Space for Photography will also release a special print and screen two documentaries.

The exhibition is free to the public and will run for six months from October 26 to April 27. Also look for the commemorative issue from Nat Geo to drop soon. All other information can be found at the Annenberg Space for Photography site.

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