OPENING: PETER FUNCH PART OF ‘VANISHING GLACIERS’, OPENING MARCH 22ND AT THE MUSEUM OF CLIMATE CHANGE, HONG KONG

20 Mar 2018 - 16:08

OPENING: Artist Peter Funch, who is currently having a solo exhibition at our sister gallery Eighteen, will be part of the exhibition Vanishing Glaciers at the Museum Of Climate Change, Hong Kong opening on March 22nd:

Walking through the museum audiences can see photographs by the artists; Corey Arnold, Michael Benson, Scott Conarroe, Peter Funch, Simon Norfolk and Klaus Thymann.
The walls are covered in full height printed canvases with glacier images shown in a saloon style layout. As you walk through the museum you pass through the seven continents, experiencing all types of glaciers be that on top of volcanoes, tidal-glaciers connecting with the sea or classic valley glaciers.

Read more about the exhibition, opening hours and events at: http://www.project-pressure.org

Peter Funch has been making repeated visits to the Cascade Range in Washington’s National Park for the last 3 years. Commissioned by Project Pressure his artwork takes inspiration from the wealth of historic postcards accumulated over the past century depicting this area. All his expeditions have been supported by charity sponsors Rab – they spoke to Funch about how his project has developed. Read the story and see more photos here: A Mere Point In History – Rab Basecamp


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