ARTTN Gallery The Photography Show 2017, presented by AIPAD
In his premiere exhibit, Brian Skerry, Photography Fellow at National Geographic, provides unprecedented access to life in and around the worlds' coral reefs. Colorful images of life on the reef demonstrate both the diversity and the fragility of life in the soul of the sea.
AIPAD 2017 Photography Show --- ARTTN Gallery, a premiere social impact gallery, will host the global launch of Coral Crucible – Photographs by Brian Skerry, March 29th through April 2nd.
Skerry, the National Geographic Photography Fellow, explores the beauty of the world’s ocean reefs and communicates the fragile condition of these important ecosystems.
Our gallery model showcases important visual stories, provides a forum to tell the story again and again, and supports tangible impact through our partners with a portion of the net sales revenue.
Coral Crucible will fund coral reef rescue and restoration in the water and in laboratories. Working with grassroots NGO’s, longtime ocean advocates, and research scientists; ARTTN Gallery will fund biological restoration efforts and the research, which will accelerate and sustain that restoration.
Visit our Booth 311 during the Vernissage to talk with Brian Skerry and our curatorial team and impact partners.
For more information, contact: Michelle Stronz, 860-462-4062