Famed for his fascination with animals, British photographer Tim Flach places them in the same position as humans, using the pure form of photography. As friends of humans, animals made their contribution to human development, but their existence were nevertheless often neglected in this process.
Tim Flach however gave the public an opportunity reo re-recognize these friends. The horse, one of Tim Flach’s favorite animals, is portrayed with an imposing elegance in his tribute to this men’s old friend. Tim Flach’s horse moves like music that undulates between serenity and grandeur.
With decades ol experience undertaking commissions or clients including National Geographic) The Hew York Times Magazine, The Sunday Times, Stern Magazine, Gore Tex and Hermes, Tim Flach’s technical expertise and uniquely innouatiue approach to photographing animals has positioned him at the loreFront oF his Field, helping to deFine this arena oF photography as we know it. In his internationally acclaimed personal projects Equus, Dogs Gods and More Than Human, he has demonstrated an unparalleled understanding oF how we read and respond to images o the natural world that continues to inForm all areas oF his practice. Possessing an enduring ability to challenge, surprise and prouoke, Flach’s work prouides a unique glimpse into the extraordinary nature and complexity o our relationship with animals.
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