September 2021 Fahey/Klein Gallery, LOS ANGELES Atlas Gallery, LONDON Custot Gallery, DUBAI
Photo London, Atlas Gallery, September 9-12, 2021
October 2021 Willas Contemporary, OSLO
November 2021 Paris Photo, Polka Galerie, November 11-14, 2021
December 2021 Source Photographica, MELBOURNE
January 2022 Polka Galerie,PARIS
May 2022 Festival La Gacilly Baden Photo, BADEN, AUSTRIA
October 2022 (delayed from January due to Covid) Edwynn Houk Gallery, NEW YORK (includes work from Chapter Two, being released in September).
October 2022 (delayed from January due to Covid) Shanghai Center for Photography, SHANGHAI (includes work from Chapter Two, being released in September).
"Nick Brandt is an artist and witness who seizes bleak and desperate fates, and by some mystery and alchemy, transmutes these into a gesture of poignant and painful beauty. It has been an eon, and then some, since I experienced contemporary photographs of people of African roots created by a person of Euro-American origin, that were this tender, human and gorgeous."
— Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor, from the Foreword to The Day May Break, Author of Dust and The Dragonfly Sea.
"The environmental threat to life on this planet - both human and animal - is realized by Nick Brandt in The Day May Break to devastating effect in these powerful yet tender portraits. Art of this calibre is in a unique position to challenge and engage audiences in environmental conversation.”
- Mary Robinson, Former President of Ireland and United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and Climate Change, Chair of The Elders.
"A landmark body of work by one of photography’s great environmental champions. Showing how deeply our fates are intertwined, Brandt portrays people and animals together, causing us to reflect on the real-life consequences of climate change. Channeling his outrage into quiet determination, the result is a portrait of us all, at a critical moment in the Anthropocene."
— Phillip Prodger, Curator, Author, Photo historian, former Head of Photographs at the National Portrait Gallery, London.