Galapagos Surreal

A photographic exhibition that transforms the landscapes and wildlife of the Galapagos Islands, one of the world's most unique ecosystems, into a surreal representation of the world at large.

Art Exhibition previously on at Kerry Packer Civic Gallery in Australia.
From Tuesday 09 April 2013 to Thursday 02 May 2013

Galapagos Surreal image

Published by anonymous on Monday 22 April 2013.
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Ecuadorian photographer Fernando Espinosa Chauvin ventured into the Galagapos Islands over the course of two years to capture a contradiction; an environment that is both harsh and unrelenting and yet a paradise for wildlife. Using a technique that encourages an appreciation of the unique relationships between shape and texture, wildlife and vegetation, the rock formations, Chauvin presents a series of perfectly blended scenes that are breathtaking in their surrealism.

If you have an interest in the environment and the effects of climate change – you may wish to attend the From the Galapagos to grapes forum on Wednesday 17 April.

Exhibition presented by the Embassy of Ecuador