Atzaró welcomes internationally acclaimed photographer Jimmy Nelson with his ‘Homage to Humanity’ exhibition

Exhibition OpeningEvent | Tuesday July 17 | 19:30 – 00:00

Exhibition Opening Event with live music, drinks and an
Introduction by Jimmy Nelson himself

Exhibition showing at Atzaró| Tuesday July 17 – Monday August 6


The exhibition, at the world famousAtzaró Agroturismo Hotel Ibiza, will showcase some of Jimmy Nelson’s finest work from his ‘Homage to Humanity’ collection.

With his new book ‘Homage to Humanity’, coming out  in Autumn 2018, photographer Jimmy Nelson and his team will be presenting an all immersive experience that invites you on an extraordinary journey. Next to Nelson’sestablished iconic photography, this new book will containpersonal interviews with the portrayed individuals, compelling travel stories and infographics. Welcoming you on an odyssey to the remotest and most beautiful places on earth, this book willnot only be an adventure, but an investigation into a far more in-depth catalyst of ethnographicdiscussion as to the lasting values and importance of these precious cultures.

Since his first internationally acclaimed exploration through Tibet almost 30 years ago, Jimmy Nelson has travelled to the world’s most hidden corners to photographindigenous peoples. In 2013 he published his first book ‘Before They Pass Away’, with which hislifelong dream, to create awareness about the world’s unimaginable diversity, became reality.   The name chosen for this project had roused attention as it may give the impression that he pessimistically saw the sealed fate of those peoples he had come to meet and maybe this ishowhe initially felt but since he published his first book, his sustained and amazing interaction withthe most diverse range of peoples have made him backtrack on this view. Where there are challenges, there are solutions. he has come to appreciate the pride, strength, vigour, honour and resilience of thepeople he asked to pose for his lense. This provides him with an unending inspiration to continue his work and set up the Jimmy Nelson Foundation.

 

www.jimmynelson.com

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