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Exhibitions



February 2018: Greenbelt Arts Center in Maryland, USA

The Greenbelt Arts Center in Maryland, USA, displays eight of my images in their lobby for a play called "Almost, Maine" which runs from 26 January to 16 February 2018 and in which the Northern Lights play an important role in the stagecraft. Among them is my Northern Lights image Above and Beyond, illustrating nighttime Peyto Lake in the Canadian Rockies.



The Greenbelt Arts Center is a Community Theater company, known for high-quality shows that showcase the experience and talent of performers and crews who manange to fit their love of the performing arts into their busy lives.



December 2016: Russian Art Center Exhibition

For the third consecutive year, the Russian Art Center in St. Petersburg is displaying my images during their International Photofestival exhibition "100 wonders of the world".




During January 2017 the International Photofestival 100 Wonders of the World exhibition was visited by more than 8000 people. After St. Petersburg exhibition will be held in the city of Ulyanovsk, Bryansk, Petrozavodsk and Syktyvkar. The aim of this exhibition is to raise awareness for science, art and education. As this goal coincides with the aim of my LightYears project I am glad and feel very honored to support this effort again this year. The exhibition is sponsored by National Geographic and GEO.

Many thanks to Natasha Trusova and Angelina Ruban, curators of the International Photofestival "100 wonders of the world", for making this possible.



The following five images were chosen by the curators for the 2017 exhibition:








December 2015: Russian Art Center Exhibition

The Russian Art Center in St. Petersburg features three of my images as part of the 100 Wonders of the World exhibition. From March 2016 onward the exibition is travelling to Kaluga, Stavropol, Ulan-Ude, Irkutsk and many other cities throughout Russia. The aim of this exhibition is to raise awareness for science, art and education. The exhibition is sponsored by National Geographic and GEO.

Many thanks to Veronica Smirnova, curator of the International Photofestival "100 wonders of the world", for making this possible.



My displayed images are:




December 2012: Russian Art Center Exhibition

The Russian Art Center in St. Petersburg features my image Entering the Enchanted Realm as part of the
100 Wonders of the World exhibition that is travelling throughout all major cities in Russia during 2013. The aim of this exhibition is to raise awareness for science, art and education.
As this goal coincides with the aim of my LightYears project I was more than happy on agreeing to display my image. The exhibition is sponsored by National Geographic and GEO.
I would like to thank Alexandra Polishchuk, Deputy Director of showroom ART-Center from St. Petersburg, for making this possible.




October 2010: EXPO 2010 Info Terminal in Shanghai, China

Two of my LightYears images, namely Tradewinds, Canary Islands and Costa del Sol, Arctic Ocean were used during the EXPO 2010 in Shanghai, China from 1 May to 31 October 2010. They are part of an info terminal of the Climate Service Center, Germany on frequently asked questions about the climate system. Both images highlight the questions 'Why does climate change' and 'How can we predict how the climate will change' in English and Chinese language.






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