Exhibiting artist Charlotte Dumas discusses her interest in photographing animals with The Photographers’ Gallery‘s Head of Exhibitions, Clare Grafik.
The Widest Prairies’ features the wild horses of Nevada, showing a cinematographic portrayal of these undomesticated animals as they roam the fringes of the foothills into the residential areas of the desert population where peoples and animals paths cross.
A limited edition is available of 100 copies with a choice of two images ( see below- ‘Iroquois Trail’ -foal or ‘Wagon Wheel Way’- grey stallion) as a 20×25 cm c-print, each in edition of 50 for € 250,- If you’d like to order please order at oodee
Only few collectors copies left at $ 65.00 / first edition copies upon request.
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On and after September 11, 2001, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) deployed close to a hundred search dogs along with their handlers—from a network of 26 active task forces from 18 different states—to both the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. In the aftermath of the attacks the dogs searched day and night for survivors, making sure no one would be stranded in the rubble, while rescue workers and firemen slowly made their way through the chaos and debris.
I’ll be giving a talk at the Plymouth university at the School of Art and Media (Faculty of Arts & Humanities) on the 28th of January.