Prepare yourself for a journey to Antarctica, that land that is only accessible to international scientific missions. A world premiere, the exhibition invites you to enter the beauty of this oasis of ice: dive into the depths of the Antarctic ocean and walk on the ice fields in order to discover the incredible biodiversity of the white continent.
In 2015, ten years after The March of the Penguins, the director Luc Jacquet, accompanied by two photographers, Vincent Munier and Laurent Ballesta led a polar expedition unique in the world.
The meeting between the expedition’s teams and the museum gave rise to a sensitive and unprecedented exhibition, a real ode to polar biodiversity.
Vincent Munier was born in 1976 in the Vosges, in the east of France, where he still remains close to the wilderness. After successes as BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year in 2000, 2001 and 2002, Vincent decided to devote his professional life to photography.
His independent publishing house is called Kobalann (brown Bear, in the language of the Evens). More info…