People and Places
Photographs by Jimmy Nelson
Here & Now
Photo Credit  @ Jimmy Nelson Foundation

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ircle the world and find one’s self through the eyes of another through the textures presented by photographer Jimmy Nelson. Bryce Wolfowitz Gallery and The Jimmy Nelson Foundation is exhibiting his new photographs that are taken throughout Polynesia, South Sudan, Chad, China, India, and Bhutan that document the world’s most remote and often imperiled, indigenous cultures.

 

 

See Exhibition from March 11-April 15, 2017

  • Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery
  • 505 W 24th St, New York, NY 10011
  • New York
  • +1 (212) 243-8830
  • www.brycewolkowitz.com

    Passionate about creating awareness about indigenous cultures, Jimmy Nelson set out to create visual documentations that show the beauty of how they live. He recognizes the manner in which communities embrace the future and has established intimate connections with them. His main role as a photographer is to tell stories and share lasting impressions with those seeing his work.

    The detail that is attained by using such large negatives would provide an extraordinary view into the emotional and spiritual lives of the last indigenous peoples of the world.

    Written by Gabriela Martinez-Campos

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