From adorable pandas to exotic landscapes, Tim Flach’s Endangered exhibition showcases some of the world’s rarest species and environments in jeopardy from climate change and poaching.
From today, you can see Tim’s images on display at the Wex Whitechapel Gallery in London. The London-based wildlife photographer has teamed up with ChromaLuxe to showcase his fascinating work on gorgeous Alumini panels.
Exhibiting the near extinct
Tim’s display not only showcases these beautifully unusual animals, plants and landscapes but it’s also on display to raise awareness of the danger they currently face.
Describing this as his most important work so far, this free exhibition will feature 20 images of rare breeds and plants from around the world. Some of the subjects are easily recognisable, others less so. Shooting in his unique style, Tim showcases the animals’ most interesting features and of course, their unique beauty.
The aim of the ‘Endangered’ exhibition is to spread the word about the threat these animals and plants face from extinction. He hopes to raise more awareness by showcasing them in extraordinary imagery that captures the beauty and character of the animals, so that people take notice.
Presented by ChromaLuxe
All of Tim’s striking images will be printed on aluminium wall displays, courtesy of ChromaLuxe. One of our most popular Loxley Colour wall products, the Alumini showcases images like no other. If you like what you see at this exhibition, you can create your own prints on this unique substrate.
The Alumini, creates vibrancy and high quality definition. Scuff-resistant and water resistant, it’s a perfectly suited to create an eye-catching display in any room. See colours vividly pop on a range of gorgeous surface choices.
Key Features of the Alumini:
- Custom sizing
- Four print finishes
- Turnaround in five working days
- Smooth curved corners
Where & When
This free exhibition opens today and will run until the 3rd of January. If you’re not able to make it this time, don’t worry, you’ll have another chance to see this gorgeous gallery at the Societies’ Convention from the 16th of January.