Melbourne based photographer, Brooke Holm, is not only one of the country’s most highly sought after editorial photographers, she is also proving to be a highly sought after photographic artist with her works selling out within days of an exhibition opening. You may recall that Holms, the mountain climbing photographer, also shares a deep love for beautiful, untouched landscapes from our past feature here?
We thought we should share with you a heads up on Holm’s latest exhibition, ‘Arctic’, opening at the Sydney based homewares mecca, Koskela, next week. Showcasing the photographer’s recent exploration of the world’s most northern region, the Arctic has been captured by Holm as a hauntingly beautiful yet alarmingly fragile landscape in need of protection. The prevailing sense of stillness and isolation that Holm’s work conveys will stir even the most non reticent of environmentalists amongst us.
‘Arctic’ by Brooke Holm
Koskela, 85 Dunning Ave, Rosebery, 2018.
From 8th of August until the 27th of September 2015.
Liefdefjorden by Brooke Holm
Raudfjorden by Brooke Holm
Magdalenefjorden by Brooke Holm
Raudfjorden II by Brooke Holm
Vasahalvøya by Brooke Holm
Nordaustlandet by Brooke Holm
Vanmijenfjorden by Brooke Holm