Foto:RE, in association with Pat the Dog and the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, is proud to bring renowned photographer Dimitry Chatrov, his vast experience and breathtaking photography collection to K-W. No stranger to exotic locales, Chatrov has photographed people and landscapes throughout the world, leading expeditions in Ecuador, India and to the vanishing cultures of remote Upper Mustang in Nepal’s Himalayas. An experienced climber, he has reached the summits of Kilimanjaro, Mont Blanc, Mount Ararat, and Mount Elbrus — and has the photographs to prove it.

Although Chatrov is Canadian, he spends much of his time abroad. This is a unique opportunity to hear Chatrov recount his adventures and share his photographic expertise. Making full use of the Christie Digital projection system at the Hub, Chatrov’s already dramatic photographs will become larger than life.

Wednesday, February 29, 2012,
7:00 PM
The Hub Theatre at The Tannery
151 Charles Street West
Kitchener, Ontario, N2G 1H6

Tickets: $29.00. Go to www.foto.re/tickets.
Tickets also available at the door. But be warned, seating is limited.

About Dimitry Chatrov
Chatrov is recognized in Europe as a major influence in travel photography. His LiveJournal blog has more than 15,000 subscribers and draws 90,000 readers a month from around the world. He has been associated with the prestigious Leica brand, acting as official photographer for Leica-sponsored expeditions and having an exhibition at the Leica Gallery in Frankfurt. Chatrov was also the face of Epson Printers in Russia, and chaired the jury of the Annual All-Russian “Epson” Nature Photography Competition in 2010.

The founder of Photoplanet Club, Chatrov holds memberships in the Photo-Artists Union of Russia and the Caucasian Mountain Society. Closer to home, he is a founding member of Foto:RE.

About Foto:RE
Foto:RE is a non-profit photographic collective and media centre based in KW. With members from across North America and around the world, Foto:RE is dedicated to the reclamation of photography as fine art, and the re-establishment of the photographer as artist.