ANDREW PEACOCK

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Based between Australia and the United States, Andrew Peacock started exploring the world through the prism of his camera while working as a doctor on expeditions to India and Nepal, with the Himalayan Rescue Association. His photographic practice followed his discovery of climbing, when he had just finished his studies in medical surgery in California. Passionate about mountainous regions and particularly Sierra Nevada, he was inspired by the work of climbers such as Galen Rowell, Corey Rich, and Greg Epperson to develop his own art practice. He now uses his medical skills to venture into new parts of the globe and tell stories through photography: Antarctica, Papua New Guinea and the Arctic, to name just a few of his destinations. His images have been awarded numerous prizes and in 2008 he notably won the Travel Photographer of the Year competition in the Nature category.  ... See more See less

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“I really try to faithfully depict reality. I do not seek to manipulate the image to produce a landscape that does not ressemble the one. I want my photos to also be authentic.”

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Andrew Peacock?s photographs are inspired by the origins of expedition photography, but their radical beauty brings them into a surrealist context. It is up to the audience to ask: can the sea really be that blue? Do glaciers really look like that? Can penguins really survive in these conditions? There is a palpable thirst for adventure that characterises his photography, leaving the spectator full of wonder and excitement at the idea of discovering remote and inaccessible regions. This photograph was taken at the Ross Dependency, a region of Antarctica claimed by New Zealand and harbouring a marine zone of great ecological importance. Andrew Peacock had the opportunity to visit this region in early 2017 with EYOS Expeditions, thanks to his medical expertise. As a wind started blowing on the ice, a group of Ad

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11 December 2017

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