Traveling Exhibitions

 

Mattias Klum Tierra Grande offers high-quality traveling exhibitions to meet the needs of our clients, and appeal to multiple audiences. Featuring award-winning photographs by National Geographic photographer Mattias Klum, our fine art and documentary exhibits celebrate the art of storytelling and photography as a tool for change. Covering a range of themes from biodiversity and fragile underwater realms to human interest topics from around the world, our exhibits are available for hire and sale, and may be complimented by lectures, workshops, film screenings, books, fine art prints, competitions and more.

 

Our available programs are listed below. We can also tailor make an exhibition to your specifications and interest. For more information, or to book an exhibition, please contact info[a]mattiasklum.com.

 

 

 


 

 

 

Living Green: Everything is Connected

 

Featuring award-winning images by Mattias Klum from over two decades of documenting some of our world’s most vulnerable ecosystems, Living Green takes us on a journey to every continent--from Borneo to Galapagos, and the Baltic Sea to Antarctica--and presents us with an intimate look at diverse species from around the globe, each one unique and worthy of protection. Touching on issues such as global warming and loss of habitat and biodiversity, Klum’s exposé demonstrates the power of photography as a tool for change, and inspires us to make a positive difference for the environment through our daily choices.

 

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The Coral Eden: Preserving Marine Biodiversity

 

Humanity’s greatest challenge today lies in achieving a sustainable living, while preserving biodiversity and protecting the Earth’s natural resources. The environmental issues facing the oceans are many and well known. As the world’s large fish stocks are being depleted at an unparalleled rate in history, what happens next will be critical. In The Coral Eden, Klum highlights the importance of a functional marine ecosystem by taking us to one of the most pristine coral reefs on Earth, the Raja Ampat Archipelago in West Papua, Indonesia, where a vast majority of the world’s marine species still thrive as nature intended them to.

 

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The Testament of Tebaran: Borneo’s Moment of Truth

 

Mattias Klum has dedicated nearly 25 years to exploring the unique flora and fauna of Borneo. In the Testament of Tebaran, he takes us deep into Borneo’s rain forests, where deforestation and unsustainable land use change are taking a severe toll on the island’s biodiversity and indigenous cultures, and contributing to a rise in global warming. Using photography to inspire conservation of our natural world, the exhibit’s core message is the need to advance sustainable development worldwide. Select images have been published in
National Geographic magazine (November 2008), and have been awarded First and Second Place prizes by Pictures of the Year International (POYi).

 

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Horse People: An Eternal Bond

 

The exhibition Horse People, and the book by the same name, depict the close bond between people and horses in different parts of the world. A collaboration between photographer Mattias Klum and National Geographic writer Priit Vesilind, this enchanting tale shares the stories of a horse patriarch in Mongolia, a circus princess in France, a cowboy in Arizona and a forest farmer in Finland. Horse People has been shown at renowned museums and galleries in Sweden.

 

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Nature by Design: Exploring the Pristine Wilderness of Botswana and Sweden

 

In Nature by Design, Mattias Klum captures the vibrant patterns and colors, pristine beauty, and vast wilderness of Botswana, juxtaposed with photographs of his native Sweden. From elephants grazing in the Garden of Eden to a mute swan floating along the banks of Lake Mälaren, one can almost hear the silence and sense the peacefulness of these unique and increasingly rare environments. What results is a surprising similarity between the two locations, in many other ways so different.

 

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The Human Quest: Prospering Within Planetary Boundaries

 

“We face a turning point in human history and the state of the Earth. We must reverse the negative trends of global environmental change that are propelling us towards catastrophic risks. Nothing less than the world as we know it is at stake. With a fundamental shift in mindset, humanity can succeed in a transition to global sustainability.”
- Johan Rockström and Mattias Klum

THE HUMAN QUEST is based on evidence from the many scientific disciplines that study how planet Earth operates and the relations between humanity and the Earth systems. Both a book and photo exhibition, it presents some of the most important scientific insights that will be needed to for us to navigate through these increasingly turbulent times. With the latest scientific knowledge, astonishing photographs, and in-depth commentary, THE HUMAN QUEST serves as an inspiration for action.

www.thehumanquest.org

 

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