call of the wild. This is a beautiful produced and rather unconventional
tale of creation. The pinnacle of creation in this story, however,
mankind, it is the wilderness and its inhabitants - rhinos, lions,
elephants and other animals whose existence is threatened by man's
folly. Britta Jaschinski's sublime photographic essay is both a
plea in the defence of nature and a declaration of love for the
wild and untamed. Jaschinski illuminates the beauty and fragility
of our planet.
exhibition features high quality, pigment ink prints. Some in black/white,
some in colour. The ink and the archival Hahnemuehle paper ensure
long lasting quality. All images are framed in dark, wooden frames
photographs remind us what we stand to lose.'
David Bellamy, Guardian
is a book of contrast; from lush vegetation to arid earth and from
caged animal to the wild. It is a passionate book, which makes us
ponder the choices we must make.'
Gavin Blyth, Image Magazine
Things is a meditation on life on earth.'
Giles Foden, Conde Nast Traveller