Call of the Cold

Michel Rawicki

The Exhibition

An in-depth look at a region of the planet that is at the heart of climate change. Against a backdrop of climatic upheavals, this photographer bears witness to a world that is changing, offering us a positive and honest look at this sensitive and the fragile white universe that echoes current environmental concerns.

Though these images, his intent is not to condemn or to stigmatize a situation, but to provide a passionate and positive look. Share my love of the poles, says Michel Rawicki.

Raise awareness as to the fact that the conservation of this fragile immense space concerns each and every one of us on a daily basis. A bright and positive message in a 21st century that is not without its tension.

The Photographer

Born in 1950, Michel Rawicki first discovered photography in 1968, and the year after, he produced his first features in Paris. These were then soon to be followed by his studio years, from 1973 to 1988, devoted to still life, decoration and portraits.

In 1993, Michel Rawicki’s discovery of the poles transformed his photographic journey once and for all. His photographs, which were imbued with an aesthetic and graphic approach, naturally started to take on an ethical and contemplative dimension, which gradually changed his view and his approach to photographing this sensitive environment



Seminars & Talks

The Auditorium is a dedicated space designed using the highest technical standards, for hosting Photographer and photography talks and Live Stage events. Entry to the Auditorium is free of charge with ticketing available.