Genesis, Sebastião Salgado Photo exhibition, c / o Berlin, 18 / 04-15 – 16 / 08-15 Climate research has long shown that the Earth's climate is changing as a result of human activity. But there is still a lack of decision-making at a high political level, and a willingness to change with each of us. While the geology discussion is about whether we have entered the anthropocene age – a geological epoch named after human imprints on the globe – Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado takes us to places on Earth where humans, animals and plants still live in a sustainable symbiosis. Through its extensive photography project genesis Salgado tries to convince us that Paradise still exists – places where no one has yet tasted the forbidden fruit. These areas we still have the opportunity to preserve – and pictures of Paradise can spur us to this in ways numbers in a research report do not capabilities,. . .
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