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Kosmos is known for its stunning visuals. Inner sensitivity to beauty and grace enhances all that we express and do. The presence of beauty softens our hearts and opens our receptivity to the finer nuances of intuition and love while other more active images evoke our compassion and engagement. We offer you a collection of some of our most recent images, which will be rotating and changing periodically.


Daniel Fox | The EPIC Expedition

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The EPIC Expedition (Extreme and Polar Islands Conservation) is a modern tale of exploration and adventure to some of the most remote places on earth, structured within a framework of education, conservation and science. Through the capacities offered today by technology, the expedition will create an interactive and intimate, enticing and immersing format of narration, allowing the followers to travel virtually, as never before, to the very forefronts of modern-day exploration.

SALT

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SALT follows Rossi’s ICE series. The artist ponders what will happen once all the glaciers have melted, if global temperatures continue to increase.

ICE

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ICE (H20) is an ongoing project that portrays the effects of Global Warming. The world, as it has been for millennia, is changing and Jasmine Rossi has chosen photography as a medium to stir our conscience and make us reflect on the dire question of the future of our planet.

Patagonia

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In 1995, I moved into a tiny cabin in a national park in Patagonia without electricity, telephone or television. Here I spent two long summers and the darkest winters of my life, observing and photographing the cycles of the natural world. Gradually, I began to comprehend the perfection and harmony of nature as opposed to the incongruity of our modern world.

The Children of Kibera

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Interiors, location portraiture, architecture and landscape photography are the life’s work of master photographer Phillip Ennis. His personal work includes shoots in Africa and Nicaragua published in Kosmos Gallery Two.

Intoxicated with Beauty and Grace

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His stunning images of yogis practicing asana have an immediacy, an aliveness to them that summons the potency of the life force, the shimmering field of shakti (energy) animating all things. That he does all his shoots outdoors, usually in gorgeous surroundings, adds to the sense of his art as a dance with shakti.

A Soft Gaze into the Natural World

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The waxwing veil drawings were inspired by an encounter with a flock of cedar waxwings one late February. It was one of those despairing mornings. My mind was deep in thoughts of global climate change and watching the vitality drain out of the woods. Suddenly, I was surrounded by what seemed like a thousand cedar waxwings.

Children of the Black Dust | Child Labor in Bangladesh

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There are hundreds of informal factories and workshops inside and on the outskirts of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. The industry employs thousands of women and children.

Picture This: We Can End Poverty

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The "Picture This: We Can End Poverty" photo contest was organised in early 2010 by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in partnership with Olympus Corporation and The Agence France-Presse Foundation.

Pamela Sukhum Gallery

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Pamela Sukhum's paintings are characterized by rich colors and textures and warm, radiant energy. Her use of both broad, sweeping lines and delicate, intricate details give her work a depth and dimension truly unique to the art world.