Overview participating exhibitions
Terra Cognita - Untamed
In December, 1999, two massive storms raced across France, that destroyed 8 percent of its woodlands. Woods which were planted and managed by man were relatively harder hit. A year later Nigel Dickinson photographed the damage. Five years later he once again photographed the woods, to record the differences in the recovery of the woodlands that were being permitted to restore themselves naturally and those where human interventions were being made to encourage their recovery.
In his work Nigel Dickinson (Great Britain, 1959) focuses on the human environment, marginalized communities, identity, and culture. He has worked on series on apartheid in South Africa, the miners’ strikes of the 1980s, deforestation and the Roma. He won a World Press Photo Award, the W. Eugene Smith Award and the UK Press Photographers award for 2008. He received the Critical Mass 2011 Solo Exhibition Award for his series Smokey Mountain.
Price EUR 15,00