The Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto is exploring photography related to the atomic bomb and nuclear energy with its exhibition Camera Atomica. Covering the period of time from the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to today, the exhibition features more than 150 photographs, mixing historic and scientific images with contemporary art. The mostly chronological exhibition has three thematic sections—Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Test and Protest, and Uranium and Radiation—and examines the role of photography in influencing people’s opinions of atomic energy and weapons. The show inclues work by Berlyn Brixner, Shomei Tomatsu, Hiroshi Hamaya, Richard Misrach, Sandy Skoglund, Robert Frank, Edward Burtynsky, the Canadian Atomic Energy Board, NASA and more. Camera Atomica is on view through November 15.