What Does the Eternal Polar Night Look Like on ChromaLuxe? - ChromaLuxe

What Does the Eternal Polar Night Look Like on ChromaLuxe?

ChromaLuxe Metal Prints, Zingst
Scientists walk back from Remote Sensing Site to Polarstern during stormy weather. December 4, 2019, Esther Horvath
  Science photographer Esther Horvath spent time with the MOSAIC expedition, the greatest polar research expedition ever.  The expedition led the participants into the absolute darkness and icy coldness of the eternal polar night to do research on the climate in the central Arctic. Horvath’s powerful images reveal fascinating impressions taken during the one-year journey: the unique Arctic landscape, the many visits of polar bears, but also everyday life on board the Polarstern research vessel.

A selection of her images are presented in an outdoor exhibition at the Postplatz in Zingst Germany. All images are produced on ChromaLuxe White Gloss EXT panels allowing them to be used outdoors without additional framing under glass.

“Looking at the images in this open-air exhibition is like wandering through the various phases of the trip” Esther comments. “This expedition was a dream, I am grateful that I was able to photograph this magical setting.”

The open-air exhibition at Postplatz is part of Horizonte Zingst. More info can be found here:

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