This is the last weekend to see the Earth Is My Witness exhibit at the Städtische Galerie in Iserlohn, Germany. On June 2 it reopens at the Stadtmuseum Schleswig, and I will be giving a live presentation on June 3 to discuss my work!
The Städtische Galerie Iserlohn is presenting the Earth Is My Witness Exhibition
February 11- May 1, 2016
I will be giving a presentation on February 12th at 8pm at the Parktheater Iserlohn. Tickets available here.
Art Wolfe – Earth is my witness / Die Erde ist mein Zeuge
11. Februar – 1. Mai 2016
Weltweit erste Retrospektive des legendären amerikanischen Fotografen und Fotokünstlers in Iserlohn und Schleswig.
Eintritt 4,50 €, ermäßigt 3 €
Weitere Infos hier
Am Freitag, 12. Februar 2016, um 20 Uhr, wird der Fotograf Art Wolfe mit einer Multivisionsschau im Parktheater Iserlohn live zu erleben sein.
Take a virtual tour of the Human Canvas by Art Wolfe exhibit currently at the Rotella Gallery in Soho, New York, through December 3rd. This is a show you don’t want to miss!
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Recently I went to see Everest with friends and it took me right back to May of 1996 when the tragedy occurred. People will quibble about the movie being true to life, but that’s not what I am addressing here. The climbing community is tight, especially in a town like Seattle, and I knew Scott Fischer through mutual friends. From time to time he would come to my office to select mountain imagery to promote his company Mountain Madness. As is often the case, I was traveling when the news came from Nepal. Scott’s wife Jeannie arrived with his precious film and my staff was galvanized into action. They assisted her with getting it developed, edited and labeled, and making sure the selects got into a stock photography agency for worldwide distribution. It was one small thing we could take care of that helped her and her two daughters through an agonizing time in their lives.
Hello Australia! There are plenty of chances this week to catch the WILD episode of Tales by Light, featuring yours truly.
Find the schedule on Australia Nat Geo TV.
Everyone else- we still hope that this show gets wider distribution. Stay tuned!
Earth Is My Witness is making its debut as an exhibit at the Konica Minolta Gallery in Tokyo.
January 6-February 8, 2015
Opening today on the 2nd Floor the National Museum of Natural History Presents the Annual Nature’s Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Awards Exhibition.
Within a 4,000 square foot exhibition hall, 60 large-format prints are displayed—some at nearly life-sized proportions—with two accompanying HD videos. Museum visitors are taken along on a virtual global safari and are introduced to the image-makers and their stories from behind the camera lens.
Art is featured as the Photographer of the Year in recognition of his extraordinary body of
work over the past 40 years and the contributions he has made to natural history awareness. “Photographers everywhere are making a difference in the way we see the world and our place in it,” says Wolfe. “Never stop looking: no matter where you are,
there are good photographs to be made.”
Art will be doing a book signing of Earth Is My Witness on November 13, as well as attending the awards presentations that night.
See the full News Release
Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge continues to be aired on public television stations across the USA. We even include information on when it is airing in French and German speaking areas of Europe!
See the list HERE
I never forget that my staff is talented and creative, and yet sometimes I am caught off guard with the great stuff they work on outside of my office! My multimedia producer Amanda Harryman has directed a wonderful documentary- and I’m not the only one who thinks so. The film has already won three awards, but I am writing here to try and help her with another!
Congratulations to Amanda and her team for creating a very inspiring film. She met the subject of the film because he too used to work for me, although now he is on to bigger and better things- he has just started graduate school studies at Seattle Pacific University. Apparently lunch conversations when I am traveling garner interesting subjects! I had no knowledge of Maikaru’s (pronounced My-ka-rue) past with human trafficking. He is an extraordinary young man, and I know he will go on to do great things. Visit The Audience Awards to view the movie (7 minutes) and vote for the film.