Chali-Rosso Art Gallery, Vancouver’s largest private gallery of original European Modern Master collections, in partnership with LuvnGrace Events & PR, announced that from October 17, 2019 until November 10, 2019, David Yarrow’s fine-art photography will be exhibited at Chali-Rosso Art Gallery - 549 Howe Street, Vancouver. There will also be a launch event and book signing by David Yarrow:
David Yarrow Exhibition Opening Reception & Book Launch
Thursday, October 17, 2019
Book Signing by David Yarrow:
5:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
David Yarrow Talk/Launch Event:
6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Special Guest: Pamela Anderson
Chali-Rosso Art Gallery
549 Howe Street, Vancouver
This is the first time that David Yarrow photography has been exhibited in Vancouver, and the exhibition will be free for the public to view. All of the exhibited works of art will also be available for purchase with prices ranging from $16,500 - $80,000 CAD.
David Yarrow is a Scottish fine-art photographer, conservationist and author. He is globally known for his photographs that capture wildlife, landscapes and indigenous communities. Yarrow often uses a remote-controlled camera to capture dangerous animals in environmentally sensitive, and dangerous areas. This photographic technique allows Yarrow to achieve different photographic angles and perspectives, such as animals looking directly at or down at the camera. Yarrow has recently started to work with well-known celebrities and incorporated them into his wildlife photos, including Cindy Crawford, Cara Delevinge and Canadian Pamela Anderson.
A few of the photographs that will be on display at the Chali-Rosso Art Gallery for the duration of the exhibition include:
The Untouchables: (Amboseli, Kenya 2017)
The composition is an act of god – but I am willing to take it. The frame within the frame. The big bull had to block the late afternoon sun otherwise there was no picture and he kindly did that, which allowed the lighting to be energetic and dramatic. The whole picture – almost full frame – will never be repeated. This immersive study of their kingdom is a complete one off.
The Black Panther Returns: (South Africa, 2019)
I look at this photograph with the dust, the composition, the backlight, and the energy and I recognize that my skills as a photographer have improved with age. I make pictures rather than take them, and through failure I have a more refined understanding of what I need to do when I go to work. I am not sure I could have made this image in 2010 or even 2016.
Desert Flight: (Amboseli, Kenya 2014)
The picture will carry resonance for those with an interest in photographic history. It was, after all, an early photograph that proved unequivocally that a horse runs with all four feet off the ground. The same is certainly true of the zebra.
For more information regarding the David Yarrow Exhibition taking place at Chali-Rosso Art Gallery go to http://chalirosso.com/2019/10/david-yarrow-exhibition/.
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