Specticular Phootgraphs of Patagonia's Most Famous Glacier

Spectacular Photographs of Patagonia's Most Famous Glacier
Sean Kelly gallery in New York is presenting an impressive new body of work by photographer Frank Thiel that shows the massive glacial ice formations in Patagonia, Argentina. The show, called Nowhere is a Place, takes its name from a book co-written by Bruce Chatwin and Paul Theroux in 1992 about their impressions of the South American region. Thiel first visited Patagonia 15 years ago and then felt compelled to return, both in 2011 and 2012, to take these awe-inspiring images.


Above: Frank Thiel, Perito Moreno #16, 2012:2013, Courtesy of Sean Kelly, New York
Spectacular Photographs of Patagonia's Most Famous Glacier Frank Thiel, Perito Moreno #01, 2012:2013, Courtesy of Sean Kelly, New York
Spectacular Photographs of Patagonia's Most Famous GlacierSpectacular Photographs of Patagonia's Most Famous Glacier Frank Thiel, Perito Moreno #11, 2012:2013, Courtesy of Sean Kelly, New York
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