NEW YORK, NY.- LX
, an art space that integrates exhibitions and art advisory services on 60th Street and Park Avenue, presents an exhibition of large-scale photography by world-renowned fine art photographer David Yarrow. Its Five OClock Somewhere is Yarrows first solo exhibition in New York City. A portion of the proceeds from the exhibition will benefit Wild Tomorrow Fund and their mission to protect threatened and endangered species and the habitats they depend on for survival.
My images always strive to push boundaries of both perspective and storytelling, states David Yarrow. I play multiple roles in this process as an artist, an inventor (of innovative gear and set ups to capture the exact moment of an image) and a conservationist. I am deeply committed to drawing attention to the plight of our natural world today and am thrilled to partner with LX to support Wild Tomorrow Fund.
Davids images capture the splendor of wild animals in their natural habitats, which are visually arresting and also a call to action states Louis Buckworth, Founder of LX and a Board Director of Wild Tomorrow Fund. Our vision at Wild Tomorrow Fund is to preserve the earths threatened species and ecologies for future generations. We are thankful to partner with David on this terrific exhibition that also furthers a critical cause.
Known for his evocative and immersive photography, David Yarrow is distinguished as both an artist and a conservationist. His large images hail from around the world, documenting the robust beauty and fragility of wild animals and larger than life story telling scenes which include characters such as global icon Cindy Crawford.
David Yarrow is now recognized as the worlds bestselling fine art photographer of his genre. In recent years, he has found his true comfort zone in capturing the animal and human world in a fresh and creative way, with philanthropy and conservation central to his passion to document. In 2018, charitable donations from the sale of Davids images exceeded $2 million.
Yarrows photography of life on earth is most distinctive and it has earned him an ever growing following amongst art collectors. Yarrow is now represented by some of the top contemporary fine art galleries around the world and in the last two years, three of Yarrows works have sold for over $100,000 at Sothebys auctions in London and New York. UBS have also recently appointed David as their new global ambassador.