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Frans Lanting Exhibits At The LOOK3 Festival Of The Photograph

Frans Lanting exhibits on June 13 -19, with an additional trees talk as side event on June 15.

Mon, Jun 13 - Sun, Jun 19  2016

Frans Lanting will exhibit during the LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph in Charlottesville, Virginia. As a side event he gives a trees talk on June 15, which is followed by a book signing. Also, his trees exhibition ‘Encounters’ is exhibited from May 29 – July 10, at the Trees on Charlottesville’s Historic.

Trees Talk: June 15 at 7:30 pm
The Paramount Theater – 215 East Main Street Charlottesville

Encounters: May 29 – July 10
Location: The Trees on Charlottesville’s Historic Downtown Mall

Copyright and courtesy of Frans Lanting


Copyright and courtesy of Frans Lanting


About Frans Lanting

Frans Lanting has been hailed as one of the great photographers of our time. His influential work appears in books, magazines, and exhibitions around the world. Born in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, he moved to the United States to study environmental planning. Soon after, he began photographing the natural world and never turned back. For three decades he has documented wildlife from the Amazon to Antarctica to promote understanding about the Earth and its natural history through images that convey a passion for nature and a sense of wonder about our living planet.

Lanting’s work is commissioned frequently by National Geographic, where he served as a Photographer-in-Residence. His assignments have ranged from a first look at the fabled bonobos of the Congo to a unique circumnavigation by sailboat of South Georgia Island in the sub Antarctic. 

Courtesy of the artist - Frans Lanting

About LOOK3 Festival Of The Photograph

Look3 celebrates the vision of extraordinary photographers, ignite conversations about critical issues, and foster the next generation of artists. As a nonprofit organization, LOOK3 challenges assumptions about photography by presenting diverse work by a variety of artists, developing innovative educational initiatives, and offering immersive community events. Their work is motivated by the resolute belief that substantive, provocative photography not only has the power to deepen awareness about the forces that shape our world—it can change it for the better. Guided by our nonprofit, noncommercial mission, they create public events and a mentorship program dedicated to photography. The LOOK3 Festival transforms the historic pedestrian center of downtown Charlottesville, Virginia into a public arts experience. In 2010 and 2014 LOOK3 produced LOOKbetween, the anchor event of the mentorship program, which fostered and celebrated international early-career photographers. 


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