Anthony Horth, one of Australia’s most celebrated fashion and landscape photographers will exhibit his newest photography series, Mother Earth Kimberley in Abu Dhabi in December.
Held at The Emirates Palace Hotel from 2 until 15 December 2017, the exhibition will showcase the beauty and magic of the Australian outback through a series of photographs Horth took during his visit to Rio Tinto’s Argyle Mine in the East Kimberley region of WA.
Three specially selected prints from the upcoming exhibition were also showcased at Rio Tinto’s exclusive preview of its 2017 Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender event held recently in New York.
Over the course of three years and three journeys to the region, Anthony has created an emotive portfolio of limited edition classic Australian landscapes inspired by the Barramundi Dreaming story of the local indigenous people.
“Some may think of deserts as barren landscapes, but the truth is that these places are full of life when you look upon the trees dancing in front of you and drifting onto the horizon to meet the sky and the clouds,” Horth says.
“The White eucalyptus trees set against the red earth burnt landscapes, to me, represent the quintessential Australian geography.”
“The curvature of the earth and the shapes she creates are not dissimilar to the beauty of female form, hence why I named the overall world exhibitions Mother Earth – this Kimberley exhibition is a chapter from Mother Earth.”
The exhibition will be launched with a VIP Charity Gala dinner on Thursday 7 December at the Oriental Dome, Emirates Palace Hotel, Abu Dhabi.