The Photography Show returns to the NEC for its fifth year, between 17-20 March 2018. Full to the brim with everything a passionate photography enthusiast or a well-seasoned professional photographer could possibly dream of; including the latest technology from all the leading brands, demos of the latest kit, conference sessions and a complete range of talks and seminars guaranteed to meet your needs, whatever your level. Join like-minded photographers at the must-attend event in the image making community’s calendar.
Art Wolfe will be sharing his Earth is My Witness presentation on the 17th and 18th, with times TBD.
Earth Is My Witness represents forty years of expeditionary photography. For the first time, Wolfe presents the three subjects at the heart of his work—landscapes, wildlife, and cultures on the edge of extinction—in a single masterpiece that takes us through the world’s ecosystems and geographical regions in a vivid display of the fragility and interconnectivity of life on Earth, while simultaneously exploring his evolution as an artist and the techniques he uses to capture the nuances and rhythms of nature.
Earth Is My Witness is the most extensive collection of Art Wolfe photography ever compiled. This lavishly produced work spans the globe, bringing the beauty of the planet’s fast-disappearing landscapes, wildlife, and cultures into stunning focus. Uniquely conceived and undeniably breathtaking, this elegantly crafted masterpiece will thrill collectors of nature photography and Art Wolfe books and prints. Containing both iconic and unpublished work from throughout Wolfe’s well-documented and widely celebrated career, this unprecedented volume presents a comprehensive look at the world’s ecosystems, geographical regions, and indigenous cultures.
Here Wolfe presents an encyclopedic selection of his photography along with intimate stories about his encounters that exemplify his boundless curiosity about the world. From rich sights and smells of the Pushkar Camel Fair to the exact moment when a polar bear and her cubs leave their arctic den, these images represents what Wolfe has lived for: the instances when circumstance, light, and subject miraculously collide to form an iconic image. Together, these photographs and the stories behind them present a riveting exploration of the delicate interconnectivity of life across our planet.