Earth from Above exhibition at Prague Kampa park

Prague exhibition Earth from Above Yesterday, we visited one impressive outdoor photo exhibition at Kampa park, near Charles Bridge. French photographer, Mr. Arthus-Bertrand, is presenting his collection of more than hundred large scaled photos, all taken from above.

These aerial pictures are showing the human influence on nature and environment. Under every poster, there is some kind of warning about high consumption, exploitation of the resources, and their consequences to remind us that everyone is able to do something about it, to act. Many of them are very emotional, if I was about to pick some, I liked the picture of abandoned town after Chernobyl ecological accident, or the photo of the statue of Christ overlooking Rio. These pictures can be bought as posters in a smaller size in exhibition shop / info booth.

The admission to this exhibition is free, and it’s open 24 hours a day until the end of October.

Earth from Above exhibition at Prague Kampa park As people from production of this exhibition say: “The message of significance of protecting the earth is accompanied by unique visual experience.“ Who knows, maybe visiting this project might be the first step one can do for nature protection and resource conservation.

Oct 13, 01:28 (Filed under: Culture, Prague events )

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