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Chris Roche – Devotion

20% of Sales will go to Le Ciel Foundation

In collaboration with Le Ciel Foundation, Chris Roche is delighted to present an exhibition of works from his project Devotion that explores ancient and disappearing faith traditions around the world.

‘Over five years I photographed both the intimate and epic nature of several faith traditions: private moments of prayer and meditation alongside monumental scenes with thousands of pilgrims in dramatic landscapes. This journey took me to the Himalayas and the Andes; the republics of the North Caucasus, Chechnya, Ingushetia and Dagestan; to the remote and holy Mount Kailash on the Tibetan plateau; to a Kurdish village in the Zagros mountains of Iran; to Varanasi, one of the oldest cities in the world; and to the highlands of northern Ethiopia.  I saw commonalities that transcend faith and frontiers – the use of prayer beads, the practice of pilgrimage and the devotion to shrines to name a few, and of course just as many differences.

Many of these ancient traditions are now being lost. I hope that this project is in some small way a testament to the importance of these traditions – traditions that reflect a shared and fundamental aspect of the human condition that dates back to the dawn of time.’ Chris Roche




Oliver Barnett – Small Gods

10% of Sales will go to Le Ciel Foundation

Cape Town-based artist Oliver Barnett showcases Small Gods, a major new series of large-scale photographic works communicating the power and mystery of the natural world. Barnett’s photographs depict alternative worlds: mystical forests and spiritual landscapes that Barnett has discovered during his many explorations of the wilds of South Africa, as well as closer to home in the beech forests of Devon. In Small Gods, the natural world is presented both as an environment that contains us and an organism of which we are an integral part. The exhibition is a revival of an ancient respect for nature’s power, and a reminder of our present responsibilities in an unprecedented era of human impact on the earth’s wild habitats. 
Prints of Kalandreamer and Barringtonia are sold out
To purchase a piece please contact: 
Flora Fairbairn | flora@branch-arts.com |+44 (0) 7971 572 105 

We bridge ancestral wisdom and our current reality and modern technology, keeping in eyesight the necessity for all life forms on the planet to flourish in harmony.

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