Wildlife photographers join forces to raise funds for African nature conservation

Paolo Torchino

Following the success of 2020’s Prints for Wildlife, the ambitious initiative is back this summer for a second edition. Here’s the lowdown on some of the amazing photographs that are up for grabs. One of the many and lesser-known consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic has been its disastrous impact on conservation efforts, including those in … Read more

Harry Cory Wright: Place and Line

Harry Cory Wright: Place and Line

Atlas Gallery is delighted to announce a collaboration with Suffolk’s renowned centre of music, Snape Maltings, in hosting the work of British landscape photographer Harry Cory Wright in the exhibition Place and Line.

Seeking Sounds – Niall Benvie

Seeking Sounds - Niall Benvie

If a picture is worth one thousand words, what is the value of a sound recording? Niall Benvie explores the importance of audible experiences in relation to the landscape and the wildlife that inhabits it.

Will Burrard-Lucas: Land of Giants

Will Burrard-Lucas: Land of Giants

British wildlife photographer, Will Burrard-Lucas, in partnership with Tsavo Trust and Kenya Wildlife Service, has photographed a remarkable female elephant in Kenya. Her tusks were so long that they scraped the ground in front of her as she walked. If there were a Queen of Elephants, it would surely have been her.