A Visual Voice For the Future
Balog's singular vision across the disciplines of art and science not only break the paradigm of what it means to be an artist in today's world, but also reveals compelling images of unimaginable allure.
"Humanity couldn't possibly have the physical ability to change the very essence of our planet - or could it?"
For over 35 years, Balog has broken new conceptual and artistic ground in pursuit of this answer.
His exploration of elemental substances - wildfire and wildlife, ice and water, air and climate celebrates the amazing beauty of our shared world. Balog's work reveals that human beings are not separate from nature, but are, and always have been, an integral part.
Portraits of Ice
These sublime images - resulting from Balog's individual expression - resonate with universal understanding. They are a visual voice for the future.
James Balog's work can be found in public and private collections internationally, including the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, The Brooklyn Museum, The Corcoran Gallery, and the Denver Art Museum. The artist lectures internationally on the topics of photography and humanity's impact on our natural environment.
Installation at the 2015 Paris Climate Conference via The Lucie Foundation, click below for details.
"As an observer of nature, an earth scientist, a mountaineer, a photographer, and a citizen of this planet—all these currents of my adult life have lead me to a singular conclusion—this is the only thing I should be doing at this time and this place."
- James Balog
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Aspen, CO 81611
All images © James Balog.