.@Environment_EU panel at the @UN @UNHABITAT @WUF_10 #WUF10 World Urban Forum 2020

Environment Europe has been invited by the United Nations to join the World Urban Forum 2020 held in Abu Dhabi, UAE, 8-13 February 2020. We were thrilled to discover that our panel on ‘Cities, Ecosystems and Climate Change: the Role of Environmental Photography in Facilitating a Transition towards Sustainability’ has been selected among 800 contributions…

Lecture on Ecological Economics @rethinkecon NL

I have been extremely honoured to be invited to the Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Netherlands to join a deep discussion on sustainability organized by Rethinking Economics association. The Rethinking Economics initiative is a unique forum, which emerged out of “disillusionment with the education” that was given to students in economics departments. It started from…

ECOSYSTEMS @UNFCCC @COP24

We have just returned from UNFCCC COP24 International Conference on Climate Change where we were presenting all our work, including sustainability research and consultancy, executive education and environmental art and photography at the British Pavilion. It has been a fantastic experience being surrounded by over 15.000 practitioners in the field of climate change and policy….

ECOSYSTEMS @COP24Katowice

ECOSYSTEMS exhibition held at the Oxford University’s Mathematical Institute is in full Swing. We are very grateful to the information about it that appeared in the Royal Photographic Society Journal and the Resurgence.  It is our pleasure to announce that on Friday, 30th November will be holding a closing reception between 16:00 and 19:00. You…

ECOSYSTEMS @OxUniMaths

Our beautiful exhibition at the Oxford’s University Mathematical Institute has just been launched! Set in a beautiful contemporary space of the Mathematical Institute, the exhibition features 32 works from the ECOSYSTEMS album http://stanislav.photography/ecosystems in stunning 81x53cm format. Creating a certain presence effect, these works project their pure colours onto the viewer communicating the simple thoughts…

Ship tracking @MarineTraffic

It has been absolutely nerve-wracking to watch the tsunamis unfolding in South-East Asia recently for a very simple reason that 500 first limited edition copies of our “ECOSYSTEMS” album are currently aboard a ship travelling to the UK. Today, Monday 8 October 2018, the ship has reached Colombo in Sri Lanka and is carrying on…

SPILL by @BeltraStudio

When we think about the history of iconic events that created a shock in the public mind that influenced the development of environmental ideas several key moments come to mind. The Three Mile Nuclear Accident (1979), Bhopal (1984), Chernobyl (1986), Exxon Valdez oil spill (1989), Kuwait Oil Fires (1991), Fukushima (2011). One of those disasters…

Henri Cariter-Bresson @aperturefnd

The new book of Interviews and Conversations made with Henri Cartier-Bresson between 1951 and 1998 has just been published by Aperture. A pure delight to read, full of exciting details and inspiring facts, this collection brings together twelve interviews with the master, most of which have not been reissued in English since their publication. From…

Street life @rencontresarles

What is peculiar about Arles is that you never know what you are going to see. A few meters off course and you are embraced by a lively celebration of an exhibition you have never heard anything about. You meet the artists, curators, the press and relive the experience through their perspectives and explanations. I…

Flânerie @rencontresarles

This year the world famous Rencontres d’Arles photo festival is full of surprises. First of all, the Magnum photograher, Raymond Depardon presented his exhibition ‘Depardon USA, 1968–1999’ at the iconic Espace Van Gogh, where the famous painter spent some time in Arles. Secondly, Todd Hido is showing his new series ‘La Lumière sombre’at Palais de…

Dr Stanislav Shmelev @TheOtherArtFair

It is with great pleasure that we would like to announce that Dr Stanislav Shmelev will be exhibiting at The Other Art Fair run by SaatchiArt at the Brunel’s historic train station in Bristol, 26-29 July 2018. There will be an opportunity to pre-order ‘ECOSYSTEMS’ photo album and see and acquire rarely seen museum quality…

Visible Signs @DavidCrow50

Visible Signs: An Introduction to Semiotics in the Visual Arts is a useful overview of the semiotic theories by Ferdinand de Saussure, Roland Barthes and Umberto Eco that introduce this thinking to the visual arts professionals. De Saussure’s Model for a Sign is composed of the two fundamental elements, the ‘signifier’ and the ‘signified’. A…