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Konrad Bartelski's work installed at Wimbledon Fine Art, December 2020
All works © Konrad Bartelski
Konrad Bartelski's work installed at Wimbledon Fine Art, December 2020
All works © Konrad Bartelski
Konrad Bartelski Photography Exhibition, Wimbledon Fine Art 2020
All works © Konrad Bartelski
Konrad Bartelski work at Wimbledon Fine Art 2020
Chimneys Torres Del Paine Chile © Konrad Bartelski

Following on from his successful debut exhibition ‘My Keys to the Secret Garden’ in 2018, Konrad Bartelski brings a new collection of limited edition prints which reflect the details of the rugged landscape and capture the emotion of the seductive wilderness.


Konrad has undertaken many expeditions to the remote and extreme corners of the world; to the Norwegian Arctic, Antarctica, climbed volcanoes in Iceland, Northern California, Kamchatka, Russia and Japan, as well as the uncharted slopes of Kyrgyzstan, the back-country in the Alps, Kashmir and the majesty of Patagonia.


Konrad’s passion for the vast spaces is inspired by the local knowledge and skills of some most remarkable and hugely experienced mountain guides and he claims that “It is these sensitive and imaginative characters who have enabled me to explore the areas of this earth where the perspective and scale of the winter geography is captured at its purest.”

Konrad’s new collection comprises of his visionary perspective of the constituents of the wilderness, from as close in the United Kingdom, to as far as in Antarctica.

Genesis are proud to have worked with Konrad using our Exhibition Production services – including Dibond mounting.


Konrad Bartelski Photography

Until 23rd December 2020

Wimbledon Fine Art

41 Church Road

London

SW19 5DQ


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