"To understand the world you have to look into its faces."
That is why NEORAMA Gallery was born. Because of all the wonderful creatures and places around the world who need our attention. And because of the idea to make an unique exhibition available and affordable.
I represent a small selection of special photographers from around the world. You have the possibility to arrange an extraordinary exhibition within your living or working space. Therefore you can rent high resolution prints on nearly every material and frames. Ask me for more ideas exspecially in consideration of your demands.
In Northern Mongolia, there exists a sacred alliance between people, ancestor spirits and reindeer. This documentation is an intimate portrait of a family of Dukha reindeer nomads following their migration through the forests of Mongolia's Hovsgol province. They move with a herd of about a hundred reindeer through a sacred forest inhabited by the spirits of their ancestors, who communicate to the living through songs.
The oldest Dukha, is a divine seer, a 96-year old shaman, called Tsuyan. She is the link between the healing songs of the forest ancestors, her people and their reindeer. She is the centerpiece of an extraordinary adventure that unites people and animals in one of the wildest regions of Mongolia - where people still live and hunt in a forest dominated by supernatural beings. To live in harmony with them, people had to learn to respect nature and animals and to pass down their beliefs, from generation to generation, by invoking the song-lines of their deceased ancestors.
Matjaz Krivic is a documentary photographer capturing stories of people and places. For 25 years he has covered the face of the earth in his intense, personal and aesthetically moving style that has won him several prestigious awards, including World Press Photo in 2016.
The enormous Phra Dhammakaya Temple in Pathum Thani Province just outside Bangkok is renowned throughout Thailand for its mass ceremonies. From monk ordinations to celebrating Buddhist holy days the temple holds vast ceremonies involving tens, sometimes hundreds, of thousands of participants.
Luke Duggleby is an award-winning British freelance photographer. His impressive work can also be seen at two great books: "Salz der Erde" by mareVerlag. and "Il Lato Invisible del Paradiso - Pellegrinaggi ai Confini del Tibet" by Egon.
Luke is a founding member of Climate Heroes www.climateheroes.org which highlights the work of people around the world committed to mitigating the effects of climate change in their communities.
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