If you have never heard of Gregory Colbert, it is time. Visit his website. Find him on Facebook. Drive wherever you need to to see his next exhibit. I drove to NYC a few years ago for one day to see his Ashes and Snow show. Breathtaking.

Boy Reading to Elephant, Mexico City Posters van Gregory Colbert bij AllPosters.

From the Ashes and Snow series by Gregory Colbert. A heavenly picture.

Eagle with dancer. santa monica exhibition, Gregory Colbert - Ashes and Snow

Photos by Gregory Colbert. Ashes and snow.

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Ashes and Snow by Canadian artist Gregory Colbert is an installation of photographic artworks, films, and a novel in letters that travels in the Nomadic Museum. The work explores the shared poetic sensibilities of human beings and animals.

loveisspeed.......: art of photography by Gregory Colbert....ashes and snow...

Gregory Colbert's Ashes and Snow is an ongoing project comprised of photographic artworks, a one-hour film, two short films, and a novel in letters.

Gregory Colbert's Ashes and Snow series. "No longer shown as merely a member of the family of man, humans are seen as a member of the family of animals."--No digital manipulation used to splice the subjects together. #elephant, #animal

Blurring the Lines Between Animals and Mankind

Gregory Colbert

Born in Toronto, Canada in Gregory Colbert is a film-maker and photographer best known as the creator of Ashes and Snow, an exhibition of photographic artworks and films housed in the Nomadic Museum.

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Winged monk Mexico City exhibition (standard poster) (Ashes and Snow Posters). Created By (Photographer)Gregory Colbert.

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Gregory Colbert

All photographs © Gregory Colbert. Ashes and Snow® and Nomadic Museum® are registered trademarks owned by Gregory Colbert. All rights reserved.

Man and Animal- The Similarities and the Differences

Man and Animal- The Similarities and the Differences

A truly amazing thing about Colbert’s photography is that none of the photos have been altered digitally. The images are truly just moments that the artist caught and captured between people and animals.