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We Feed The World
Group Exhibition  - Frome, Somerset.

We Feed The World, the Gaia Foundation’s global photography exhibition about smallholder farmers and fisherfolk around the world, has landed at Frome in Somerset.
From 2015 to 2018, Nick and 46 other award winning photographers including Graciella Iturbide, Rankin, and Rena Effendi, took the time to document the lives of 50 farming communities across six continents. 

Nick’s work focused specifically on the The Quechua community, called El Choro, a village of 400 people approx. 4 hours drive into the mountains from Bolivia’s Cochabamba city. At 5000m high up in the mountains, the community is reviving their indigenous culture, traditions, autonomy and food sovereignty. Succeeding in becoming self-sufficient in many varieties of potato, quinoa, maize and other crops, El Choro is a beautiful example of the We Feed The World’s mission to celebrate the farmers and the land that feeds us.

We Feed The World is showing across two Frome venues -The Whittox Gallery, and The Gallery at The Station until September 10th.
 

Royal Photographic Society International Exhibition
Images from Nick's "A Haunting Tale of Spies and Specters" shortlisted

We are happy to announce that Nick's series from Leipzig illustrating Alexander Chee's "A Haunting Tale of Spies and Specters" has been shortlisted for this year's RPS International Exhibition.⁠

Selected from over 4000 entries, Nick is one of 279 photographers in 50 countries that will be exhibited in the RPS's 163rd International Photography Exhibition.⁠

The final exhibition selection and award winners will be announced later this year. ⁠

See the full series here.
 

We Feed The World Exhibition
A global celebration of small family farms

Nick was invited by curator Cheryl Newman to join this global photography project celebrating small, family farmers and their success in feeding 70% of the world. His destination was the sustainable Quechuan community of El Choro in Bolivia. Nick spent a few days documenting their own art of living: Sumak Kawsay, a philosophy with a holistic and communal cosmovision that emphasises the interconnectedness of everything. At 5000m of altitude the community is reviving their indigenous culture, traditions, their autonomy and food sovereignty. 

The exihibition launched on Oct. 12th at the Bargehouse Gallery in London, along a series of events, workshops and screenings. 

Learn more about the We Feed The World. 

See the full project here. 

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