PMH Presents “Our Nature”

July 8, 2013 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Events, Websites | 0 Comments |
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The Photographic Museum of Humanity (PMH) has announced the newest of its online exhibitions, entitled "Our Nature." Featuring the works of prestigious photographers like Espen Rasmussen, Freya Najade, Hajime Kimura, Gustavo Jononovich and Nicolas Janowski, the exhibition aims to explore the diversity, beauty and danger of nature and warn society about the consequences of doing nothing to take care of it. You can view the exhibition online at the website blow.

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PMH Press Release

PHOTOGRAPHIC MUSEUM OF HUMANITY PRESENTS ITS NEW EXHIBITION “OUR NATURE”

July 8th, 2013: Photographic Museum of Humanity announces the release of its new online exhibitions “Our Nature”, featuring the works of prestigious photographers like Espen Rasmussen, Freya Najade, Hajime Kimura, Gustavo Jononovich and Nicolas Janowski among others.

This series of exhibitions aims to explore the diversity, beauty and danger of nature as well as to warn society about the consequences of doing nothing to take care of it. Photographers have been exploring nature in its different ways of expressions and these galleries invite the public to a deep reflection on how our society relates with the environment in different corners of the planet.

We all know we have to take care of our nature, otherwise nature will come against us. Well, do we really know it? We have had several examples of natural disasters in the last few years: earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, tornados, floods, and the list goes on. Where does our conscience about nature start?

OUR NATURE PROGRAM

Online July 8th - August 4th 2013 | http://www.photographicmuseum/museum

Gallery I:  "Amazonia"
by Nicolas Janowski & Gustavo Jononovich

Two Argentine photographers have been exploring Amazonia for several years. This gallery is a visual dialogue in black and white between these two explorations, taking us into a deep journey in the Amazonas rainforest and its exuberance. The photos make us wonder whether over there the man presence is changing the environment or it is the nature that is transforming the people.

Gallery II: "Rising Waters"
By Espen Rasmussen

'Consequence' is probably one of the most used words when we talk about the the environment and its changes. And indeed we have plenty of consequences of our acts involving nature in every corner of the planet. In this case, award-winning photographer Espen Rasmussen puts the focus on Bangladesh and the floods their population have been suffering in the last years.

Gallery III: "Endangered"
collective show by David Walter Banks, Eduardo Carrera, Fabrice Fouillet, Andrea Frazzetta, Frank Herfort, Norbert Hüttermann, Ryan Koopmans, Douglas Ljungkvist, Erik Messori, Isabelle Pateer, Giancarlo Rado, Bryan Schutmaat, Larry Schwarm, Ian the, Igor Trepeshchenok & Alejo Schatzky

A deep overview of nature through different photographers looks. The exploration within the tension between its beauty and the continuous alterations that the man is making, creates a feeling of beauty and danger in the air.

Gallery IV: "Tracks"
by Hajime Kimura

Have we ever wondered about how is the life of horses since their birth until they die? In a very poetical way and with a beauty hardly seen before, the Japanese photographer Hajime Kimura makes a strong photographic and emotional bond with the horses, exploring their lives and their relationship with humans.

Gallery V: "Strawberries in Winter"
by Freya Najade

Is the natural food that we eat really natural? What does natural mean? This exhibition shows a modern way of fruit production, far from the rawness that we usually associate with it. Here, the eternal relationship between the man and the nature takes place in a very particular technological landscape.

Online July 8th - August 4th 2013 | http://www.photographicmuseum/museum



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