Ronan Donovan’s “Closer to the Wolves in the High Arctic” takes visitors to the edge of Canada-Greenland to meet white wolves. A series of photographs taken from inside the pack, as if the author were part of it, on display at Visa pour Image 2020. Ronan Donovan was not happy with his previous series of wolf photos taken in the Yellowstone National Park. “If your subject is afraid of you, this fear is reflected in your photographs and the representation of the animal is distorted”, he explains in the introductory text of the exhibition, “As close as possible to the...
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