Black & White Antarctic Prints

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These black & white Antarctic photographs by David Neilson were exhibited at the Gasworks Arts Park in Albert Park in February 2024

Click on any image for enlarged view with details including price for each print

All prints are printed on 310 gsm Canson Platine Fibre Rag paper on an Epson SureColor P7070 printer.

At the moment payment for these prints can only be made by bank transfer.

Please contact David Neilson at or mobile 0409 383 306 for bank details and for costs for delivery.



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This collection of black & white images is the result of six journeys made by David Neilson to the Antarctic and sub-Antarctic between 1990 and 2009. He first visited Antarctica to take photographs for the Australian Conservation Foundation and has received two Antarctic Arts Fellowships from the Australian Government. His Antarctic images have been reproduced in the book Southern Light: Images from Antarctica and he was recently one of four Arts Fellows to be featured on a set of Australia Post stamps.

Global warming is having a significant impact on Antarctica. It is melting at an average rate of 400 million tons of ice per day and the Southern Ocean is getting warmer. These changes are having a major impact on the wildlife of the continent and surrounding seas. Whilst it is difficult for still photos to convey the magnitude of these changes they can remind us of what will be lost if this melting continues and possibly accelerates.





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