Brooke Holm
New York — USA
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Brooke Holm is an Australian/American photographer whose work investigates the unique and complex bonds humans develop with natural environments. In exploring the world's impact on us - and our impact on the world, she makes images that revere the sublime elements of nature, while examining the human context therein. This work often materializes in the form of large-scale prints in series, sized and presented to have a stunning impact in regards to scale and detail. The work deliberately exploits the human appetite for beauty; the presentation influenced in part by architectural sensibilities and an appreciation for how spaces - inner and outer - can impact us in emotional and physical ways.
By photographing landscapes from an aerial point of view, Holm contributes to altering the observational and experiential norms of everyday perspective, introducing us to the unfamiliar. Brooke's work captures the simultaneous strength and fragility of ecosystems worldwide, reflecting the challenges of living in, and effectively documenting a changing world.
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Brooke Holm

1987 — Now
Selected Exhibitions and Achievements
2019, Sand Sea - Solo Exhibition
Modern Times, Melbourne, Australia
2019 Selected artist for The Arctic Circle expeditionary residency
Svalbard, Norway
2019 Sand Sea III - Group Exhibition
Every Women Biennial, New York, NY, USA
2019 Namibia - Wanderlust Silent Auction
Natural Resources Defense Council, MOPLA, Los Angeles
2019 Sea Lake - Group Exhibition
COS, Coal Drop Yards, London, UK
2019 Silver, PX3 Prix De La Photographie
Paris, Artctic, Nature and Landscape Category
2017 Mineral Matter - Solo Exhibition
Modern Times, Melbourne, Australia
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