Limited Edition Set of 6 Photos from Enzo Barracco
Set of 6 photos from Enzo Barracco's ‘The Noise of Ice: Antarctica' and 'Project Galapagos'.
- Limited Edition 1/30
- 20 cm x 30 cm
- Fair Market Value: $2000
Enzo's work is based on the desire to establish a dialogue with nature, with a purpose of raising collective action to be more attentive and respectful to the natural world, and create a body of work that can be evidence of what climate change is now.
About Noise of Ice: Antarctica:
Enzo and his team travelled to Antarctica, recording its wilderness through photography. The photographs formed the basis of his book ‘The Noise of Ice’ which was written by Enzo with a foreword by Sir Ranulph Fiennes and an introduction from the Director of the Royal Geographical Society and Vogue Italia.
"We have need of the daily heroic gestures that each one of us can perform, to reduce the impact have on the planet. This is shown unmistakably by Enzo Barracco with his stunning photographs, which capture the fragile equilibrium of Antarctica"
About Project Galapagos:
“For my new Book, I chose Galapagos, the very place where 200 years ago Charles Darwin studied the origin of our species. The Galapagos are the perfect environment to make us visualize and understand the equilibrium of the oceanic system, and how it effects the life on our planet on a profound level.”
The oceans are on the verge of a pivotal change. With the continued challenges and disturbances inflicted upon them, we are undeniably contributing to the disruption of a millennial balance.
It is essential to raise awareness in this moment, in order to protect and preserve the Blue Planet.
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