12 May 2023
This summer, step into the wonders of the natural world — right in the heart of London. Hosted in partnership with the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), A World of Wildlife showcases 70 images from the ZSL archives that will take visitors on a unique visual journey.
Through the lens of talented photographers, the exhibition explores the lives of the world’s most fascinating creatures, whilst providing insight into the science-driven charity’s commitment to restoring wildlife in the UK and around the world.
A captivating day out, A World of Wildlife is on display at the FUJIFILM House of Photography from the 15th of May until the 28th of June 2023. It’s free to visit, so why not bring the whole family for an afternoon of inspiring stories and learning opportunities?
A World of Wildlife offers the chance to view some of the planet’s most enchanting animals in vivid detail. Walk through the FUJFILM House of Photography and see familiar faces from London Zoo alongside exotic critters from further afield.
Showcasing images from across the ZSL archives, the exhibition is presented on Fujicolor Crystal Archive Professional Paper Maxima by Digitalab. Crisp, clear, and immersive, these quality prints offer a high-definition glimpse into the intricate beauty and diversity of wildlife — from colourful birds to majestic gorillas. Which will be your favourite?
As well as recording a range of creatures, these images highlight the important role photography plays in documenting vital conservation work and raising awareness about the challenges faced by endangered species. Many of the animals featured are on the brink of extinction and desperately need support.
For almost 200 years, the Zoological Society of London has worked tirelessly to protect wildlife and habitats around the world. By combining scientific expertise, on-the-ground initiatives, and public engagement, ZSL strives to create a world where wildlife thrives, ecosystems flourish, and people live in harmony with nature.
And now, A World of Wildlife invites you to explore ZSL’s invaluable work up close and personal. The exhibition shares heartwarming stories and behind-the-scenes exclusives from ZSL’s adventures.
Experience the joy and wonder of observing tiny dormice undergoing expert health checks, or delve into the remarkable story of a baby pangolin who was rescued from the clutches of poachers in Thailand.
While the exhibition gives visitors the chance to witness images of wildlife in spectacular habitats, you can also capture your own memories. The impressive wildlife wall is the ideal spot for a selfie. This backdrop embraces the beauty of the animal kingdom — and it will look rather special on your social media, too.
Plus, with the handy Easy Print Kiosk at your fingertips, you can print your images instantly and take home a tangible reminder of your visit. A precious memento that captures the essence of the exhibition and serves as lasting inspiration. Why not share your message with friends and loved ones?
If you want to support ZSL’s vital work further, you can make a donation on the charity’s website. You can also visit London Zoo. See if you can find some of our photo adventure locations while you’re there. We’ve highlighted five locations where you can create incredible images for a more interactive experience.
Alluring, thought-provoking, and memorable. The World of Wildlife exhibition seamlessly blends art and conservation, showcasing incredible stories of species recovery. Will you be inspired to take action?
By supporting ZSL and cherishing the power of photography, we can collectively ensure a brighter future for the majestic creatures that inhabit our planet.
Are you interested in visiting more photography exhibitions? We host a broad array of exciting displays at the Fujifilm House of Photography. Keep an eye out for more upcoming events.
The World of Wildlife exhibition will be running from the 15th of May to the 28th of June 2023, from 11am to 7pm. Entry is free and open to all — visit the FUJIFILM House of Photography in Covent Garden.
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