Go See Nick Brandt’s Exhibition, "A Shadow Falls"


Ready for Weekend Experience Part II? After you’ve checked out Caia Koopman’s Rock Star Chicks, head on over to the Fahey/Klein Gallery to see Nick Brandt’s new exhibition, A Shadow Falls.

A Shadow Falls continues the photographer's ambitious project to memorialize the vanishing natural grandeur of East Africa. Brandt's wide-screen panoramas of animals and landscapes capture an epic vision of a wild Africa which is steadily vanishing.

In the last six years Brandt has risen to prominence as a major figure in contemporary photography with celebrity buyers and established collectors lining up to buy his work, which range from 20 x 24? prints to almost life size 60 x 80? large format pigment prints.


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